Italians Breaking ‘Red Zone’ Quarantine Risk Up To Six Years in Prison

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Italy: Some regions designated as coronavirus “red zones” have strict lockdown rules and people could face as many as six years in prison if they violate quarantine or lie to public officials. All travel except for buying food and other necessary goods is prohibited. Those caught lying to officials while trying to visit a relative or friend face a prison sentence of one to six years. Those positive for coronavirus who leave their homes and infect others can be tried for culpable epidemic transmission and face sentences between six months and three years.

Italians in areas designated as coronavirus lockdown “red zones” could face as many as six years in prison if they violate quarantine or lie to public officials.

As some regions of Italy have gone into strict lockdowns to stop the second wave of the Wuhan coronavirus, many face penalties, including prison time, if they violate the new measures.

According to a report from Il Giornale, under the red zone rules, all travel except for buying food and other necessary goods is prohibited, including visiting friends and relatives.

Those caught lying to officials while trying to visit a relative or friend face a prison sentence of one to six years. Those positive for coronavirus who leave their homes and infect others can be tried for culpable epidemic transmission and face sentences between six months and three years.

A three month to 18-month prison sentence can be handed down to those who refuse to respect the lockdown rules, including fines from €500 to €5,000.

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Guy St Hilaire
Guy St Hilaire
11 months ago

Hells Bells ,I’m surprised they only said 6 years and not the death penalty .They should have gone full moron . Hard to believe isn’t it.
Morons all of them !