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Police caught nine quarantine violators on Sakhalin

Police caught nine quarantine violators on Sakhalin
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Sakhalin police continue to monitor quarantine by residents of the region. With respect to nine violators, they can take measures for compulsory observation.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Sakhalin Region, employees of Rospotrebnadzor transmitted information about the violators to the police. Now, citizens who did not comply with quarantine may face administrative and, in some cases, criminal liability. The maximum fine is 500 thousand rubles for non-execution of an official’s decision. The issue of placing violators on compulsory observation is also being addressed.

Sakhalin police are also monitoring entrepreneurs who have not complied with the requirement to close outlets during the declared non-working week. One of the entrepreneurs who continued to provide catering services will be brought to administrative responsibility for arbitrariness.

Total confirmed in the region four cases of coronavirus. For 241 passengers arriving from Thailand, the results on coronavirus were negative, they will observe self-isolation at home. In addition, the region’s airports have begun check all passengers, including on domestic flights. 
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