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13 people will be punished for violation of quarantine in Irkutsk region

13 people will be punished for violation of quarantine in Irkutsk region
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In the Irkutsk region, 13 people will be brought to administrative responsibility for non-compliance with the quarantine regime due to coronavirus. They will have to pay a fine for violating the isolation regime.

Today in the Angara region 351 people are quarantined. Compliance with the self-isolation regime is monitored by police officers. According to the press service of the regional government, law enforcement officers receive information about quarantined people from the regional department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare.

Residents of the Irkutsk region were banned from traveling abroad, and were also advised not to visit other regions of Russia, especially those in which cases of coronavirus were recorded. Everyone who returns from trips abroad is quarantined. Those who contacted those who returned were also sent to self-isolation.

Last week, the region introduced high availability mode. Also in the Irkutsk region there are restrictions on the number of participants in mass events, distance learning and daily disinfection in educational institutions have been introduced. 

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