Punishment for breaking lockdowns by country
- Those found guilty face a three-month prison sentence or a fine of 206 euros
- French nationals who fall foul of the lockdown restrictions may also face harsher penalties. The minimum fine for violating the confinement rules remains at 135 euros. Repeat offenders, if the offence occurs within 15 days, will be slapped with a 1,500-euro penalty.
In the case of "four violations within 30 days", the offence will be "punishable by a fine of 3,700 euros and up to six months in prison".
- fine, amount not clear from the article
Its a bit disingenuous to say they are threatening death for breaking the lockdown. They threaten the death penalty as a last resort for crimes against medical personal which includes KILLING a medical worker. Even CNN reports it like so.
https://edition.cnn.com/asia/live-news/ ... c2138b39da
The statement ends by saying the death penalty will not be ruled out in severe cases.
The seven medical-related crimes affected by these new measures are:
1. Beatings, intentional injuries, and intentional killing of medical personnel.
2 Illegally restricting medical personnel's personal freedom using violence, threats, or blatantly insulting, intimidating, or slandering medical personnel.
3 Tearing protective gears off of and spitting on medical personnel, which may cause medical personnel to be infected with the new coronavirus.
4 Refusing to accept checks, quarantine, and treatment measures of medical and health institutions using violence, threats, or other methods, or obstructing medical and health institutions’ lawful disposal of corpses of infectious disease patients according to law.
5 Forcibly or intentionally destroying or occupying properties of medical and health institutions, or causing disturbances in the medical and health institutions, illegally placing dead bodies, setting up the mourning hall without permission, causing disorder and disrupting the normal conduct of epidemic prevention and control.
6 Illegally carrying guns, ammunition, tightly regulated instruments or explosive, radioactive, poisonous and corrosive materials while entering medical and health institutions.
7 Other situations that violate the safety of medical personnel and disrupt medical order.
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