The fines for violation of quarantine in Italy decided to raise to € 3,000, which is about 90 thousand UAH.
The Italian Council of Ministers has approved new sanctions for those who violate the rules for combating coronavirus. This March 24 writes Ansa.
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said that the fine for those who violate the rules of the fight against infection will increase with €400 (12 thousand UAH) to € 3000 (90 thousand UAH).
In Italy, over the past day, 743 people died from coronavirus infection of COVID-19. The total death toll on the evening of March 24 is 6,820 people.
An outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus infection began in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic. According to American Johns Hopkins University on March 24, the total number of infected people in the world is more than 390 thousand, more than 17 thousand people died.
Despite the fact that strict quarantine measures have been in force in Italy since March 11, the country ranks first in the world in terms of the spread of coronavirus, first in the number of deaths and second in the number of infected after China.