Kosachev supported the law on responsibility for violation of quarantine

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the head of the international Committee of the Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev praised the law on introduction of criminal liability for violation of the quarantine.

the Diplomat stressed that he supports all measures which are connected with human security, including “strict”. However, he expressed the hope that such measures don’t have to fall and the country will be able to cope with the epidemic.

“However, as a measure of the extraordinary nature of it I understood and supported. If someone is stopped from further violations of the established regime and will provide additional guarantees to counter the spread of this infection, I would be only too happy”, – quotes RT words of Kosachev.

Previously, the state Duma adopted in the third final reading the law on criminal responsibility for violation of the quarantine. The law increases the penalty for infringement sanitary-epidemiological rules which entailed by negligence the disease to other people.

the Offender may impose a fine in the amount from 500 thousand rubles to 1 million rubles. If the violation resulted in the death of a person, then introduced a fine of 1 to 2 million rubles.

in addition, the law introduced penalties of deprivation of liberty for a term up to three years. Also, the offender may lose the right to work in a certain area for a period of up to five years or jail for up to five years.

According to who, the world already infected more than 697 thousand people, more than 33 thousand died. In Russia recorded 2337 cases in 73 regions. During the day, recovered by 55 people, including 42 in Moscow. For the entire period prescribed 121 people.

on March 31 in the state Duma will consider the law on penalties for violation of quarantine

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