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Kazakhstan introduces fines for violation of self-isolation from June 10

07.06.2021 129 просмотров

Kazakhstan will introduce fines of $200 for those who violate the self-isolation regime.

From June 10, the authorities of Kazakhstan will fine those infected with the coronavirus who intentionally violate the self-isolation regime. As the interdepartmental commission reported on Monday, administrative liability for violators will amount to 87,510 tenge ($204).

-19]. Failure to comply with these requirements is subject to administrative penalties. The rules will come into force on June 10, 2021,” the commission quotes the statement of the Committee for Sanitary and Epidemiological Control of the Ministry of Health.

According to him, violators of the self-isolation regime will be identified using the Ashyq mobile application, which is designed to control and analyze information on epidemic situation in the country.

“If a citizen, knowing about his status as an infected person, violated the self-isolation regime and deliberately created a threat of infection for others, he faces a penalty in the form of an administrative fine in the amount of 30 monthly calculation indices or 87,510 tenge”

In this regard, the Committee for Sanitary and Epidemiological Control called on Kazakhstanis to comply with the established quarantine requirements. The department also expressed the hope that administrative fines will help control the spread of coronavirus.

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