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A nurse who let deputies into a monostationary station was punished in Transbaikalia

A nurse who let deputies into a monostationary station was punished in Transbaikalia
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A court in the Trans-Baikal Territory fined a nurse for letting strangers into a monostation for patients with coronavirus. Deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the region and a representative of a religious organization passed into the chambers.

According to the press service of the Mogotuy District Court of Transbaikalia, the nurse violated the established restrictions, which could become a threat to the spread of coronavirus. Several outsiders were able to get into a closed monostationary for patients with COVID-19.

The woman did not deny her guilt, but explained that she had been absent for disposable robes, gloves, masks and shoe covers. While she was away, the cleaning lady of the office building let in the strangers. Due to the difficult financial situation of the nurse, she was sentenced to a minimum fine of 7,5 thousand rubles.

 

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