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Sakhalin breakers will pay more than 1 million fines

Sakhalin breakers will pay more than 1 million fines
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Law enforcement officers of the Sakhalin Oblast fined 1,5 million rubles to violators of the self-isolation regime. More than a hundred people did not comply with the Rospotrebnadzor regulation.

Police and doctors continue to monitor compliance with the self-isolation regime in Sakhalin. According to the press service of the regional government, more than 100 addresses are checked daily. The violation of the regime has already caught 169 people.

Most often, safety measures are not observed in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk: 70 quarantine violators have been identified there. Also, the isolation regime was not observed by 18 residents of the Kholmsky district, 11 - Korsakovsky. The most disciplined were residents of Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalinsky and Makarovsky districts.

At the same time, violators are reminded that for non-compliance with the two-week quarantine, a fine of up to 40 thousand rubles for individuals, for officials - up to 150 thousand rubles, and for legal entities - up to 500 thousand rubles or suspension of activities for up to 90 days. At the same time, criminal liability has also been toughened: the real term of imprisonment may threaten a resident of Noglik - through his fault two people could have become infected with the coronavirus. He can receive a sentence of up to two years in prison. If the infection leads to death, then the term of imprisonment can be up to seven years.

In the Sakhalin Region, coronavirus was confirmed in 19 people. At the dentist who went to work during quarantine, coronavirus has not been confirmed
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