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The owner of the boarding house was punished due to an outbreak of coronavirus in Yakutia

The owner of the boarding house was punished due to an outbreak of coronavirus in Yakutia
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The head of a private boarding house for the elderly and disabled in Yakutia was brought to trial. He was fined 150 thousand rubles for non-compliance with quarantine, admission of visitors and unauthorized persons, non-compliance with the mask regime at the institution.

According to the press service of the Yakutsk city court, after an unscheduled inspection of the republican Rospotrebnadzor and the prosecutor's office, a number of violations were established. The investigation materials were sent to the court. After considering all the circumstances, he found the head of the boarding house guilty of violating the current sanitary rules, hygienic standards and anti-epidemic measures in the event of an emergency. For this, the owner of the boarding house received the maximum fine.

 Check in a private pension for the elderly carried out after detecting a positive coronavirus test one of the guests. In total, 22 people lived in the institution, of which 12 guests are in the infectious diseases hospital. Four employees of the boarding house are isolated with them.
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