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The Supreme Court clarified the features of punishment of violators of self-isolation

The Supreme Court clarified the features of punishment of violators of self-isolation
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The Supreme Court of Russia has clarified the specifics of bringing citizens and legal entities to administrative responsibility for violations of the rules of self-isolation. This applies to restrictive measures introduced both at the federal and regional levels.

As noted in review on certain issues of judicial practice related to the application of legislation and measures to counteract the spread of coronavirus in Russia, a violation of the rules violates the ban on visiting territories of citywide significance, entertainment, sports and other events. They may also be punished for violating the requirements of observing a social distance of at least 1,5 meters in public places, leaving their place of residence, except going to the nearest store or pharmacy, walking dogs, taking out garbage.

Individual entrepreneurs and legal entities face liability for violating the prohibition of the operation of restaurants, cafes, bars, other catering establishments, except for take-away services. They can also punish for the operation of retail facilities (except grocery stores, pharmacies, pet stores, beauty salons, massage parlors).

Such violations are equated to failure to comply with the rules of conduct when introducing a high alert on the territory where there is a risk of emergency situations. For this, a fine from one thousand to 30 thousand rubles is threatened for citizens, a fine from 10 thousand to 50 thousand rubles for officials, from 30 thousand to 50 thousand rubles for individual entrepreneurs, from 100 thousand to 300 thousand rubles - for legal entities. At the same time, violators can get off with a warning. This applies to both ordinary citizens and legal entities. 

If a citizen who arrives from abroad violates the regime of self-isolation and visits territories of citywide significance, he faces a penalty for violating the law in the field of ensuring the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population in the event of a threat of the spread of a disease that poses a danger to others. For this, a fine of 15 thousand to 40 thousand rubles is envisaged.

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