Video: A Muscovite Who Had Recovered From A Coronavirus Had A Car Confiscated. He Violated The Quarantine
At the intersection of the Moscow Ring Road and Shchelkovskoye Highway, police seized a Ford Mondeo from a driver who violated quarantine, who had had a coronavirus. This was announced by the Moscow Department of Transport.
The first case of confiscation of a car for violating quarantine took place during a joint raid by the traffic police, MADI and AMPP, which is responsible for Moscow's paid parking lots. An inspector in a chemical protection suit approached the parked sedan and handed the driver over to the doctors.
- The offender was fined 5,000 rubles and taken to the hospital, accompanied by the police. The car was evacuated to a parking lot, where it will be treated with disinfectants.
- According to the Moscow Department of Transport, on March 22, the driver of the confiscated Ford Mondeo was admitted to the hospital of the N.I. Sklifosovsky Research Institute for Emergency Medicine with acute coronavirus infection. The man was discharged on April 4, and until April 18 he had to be in quarantine at home.
- An agreement between the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Moscow government, previously signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, allows the capital's police to pick up cars at impound parking lots for violating the high alert regime in the city.
Moscow authorities are still planning to punish only those who are required to be in quarantine after confirming the presence of coronavirus, who have been in contact with those infected, as well as those who returned from abroad. However, the documents use a wording suggesting that any resident of the city can receive a new fine: “citizens' failure to comply with the requirements of the normative legal acts of the city of Moscow aimed at introducing and ensuring a high alert regime on the territory of the city of Moscow, including failure to ensure self-isolation…”.
The Moscow Department of Transport added that more than 2,500 traffic cameras in the capital are monitoring drivers who violate quarantine. The department once again asked to comply with the rules.
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