The Moscow region Duma adopted the law on fines for violation of the regime of self-isolation

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the Moscow regional Duma adopted in three readings a law on fines for violation of the regime of self-isolation, said the Agency “Moscow”.

the document notes that if a citizen has broken the quarantine, and his actions do not entail administrative or criminal responsibility, he will have to pay a fine in the amount of 4 thousand rubles.

a second violation of the regime of self-isolation will entail penalty in the amount of 5 thousand rubles. The same fine will be imposed on violators using in this vehicle.

in addition, the established amount of penalties for breach of requirements on the suspension of mass events. Fines will have to pay those who did not stop work of the enterprises of retail trade, catering and provision of other types of services require personal presence of the citizen.

In this case, the penalty for officials will make from 30 to 40 thousand rubles. In the case of repeated offence he will pay from 40 to 50 thousand rubles. As regards legal persons, then they can expect penalty in the size from 200 to 300 thousand rubles for the first violation and from 300 to 500 thousand roubles, for repeated.

on April 2, a similar law was signed by mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. At the same time, he postponed the introduction of the capital access regime, saying that this is not necessary. In addition, it became known that as at 1 April in Russia revealed 1250 administrative violations, non-compliance regime of self-isolation.

In his televised address on April 2, Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked the Russians for the observance of quarantine in a pandemic coronavirus. Previously, he signed a law that introduces a system of fines and criminal liability for violation of the regime of self-isolation.

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