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The case on the owner of a boarding house in Yakutia opened because of the outbreak of COVID-19

The case on the owner of a boarding house in Yakutia opened because of the outbreak of COVID-19
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Investigators in Yakutsk filed a criminal case on the infection of the residents of the Doverie private nursing home with coronavirus. In total, 15 cases of COVID-19 among clients and employees were detected in the social institution.

According to the press service of the republican prosecutor's office, after the detection of the outbreak of coronavirus, a check was carried out in the boarding house. It turned out that the mass infection was due to non-compliance with sanitary and epidemiological rules. In the boarding house there was no control over the self-isolation regime, the mask regime was not observed, visitors and outsiders could freely walk around the institution. Also, the facts of departure of guests outside the boarding house were confirmed.

A criminal case was initiated on the fact of violation of sanitary and epidemiological rules, which led to a massive infection of people. Coronavirus outbreak found herself in a boarding house on May 12. After that, the owner of the institution was brought to administrative responsibility for non-compliance with quarantine in the institution. His fined 300 thousand rubles
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