Coronavirus | The City will charge fines of up to almost $ 80,000 for those who violate total isolation


The Buenosairean government increased sanctions for those who breach total isolation arranged by the National Executive and put public health at risk.

The Horacio Rodríguez Larreta administration amended the Faults Law No. 451 and Starting this Thursday, those who do not comply with the quarantine will have to pay fines ranging from $ 10,700 to $ 79,180..

This decision of the Larreta government “is based” on the health emergency. On Wednesday, 117 new cases in Argentina and two new deaths were confirmed. In this way the total number of infected reached 502 and there are eight fatalities.

In turn, for violation of prices and special rates dictated by the Government the fine will also go from $ 10,700 to $ 79,180.

The City will charge fines of up to $ 80,000 for those who violate total isolation. Credits: NA.
The City will charge fines of up to $ 80,000 for those who violate total isolation. Credits: NA.

The monetary penalty will also be the same for those who circulate with vehicles and motorcycles without respecting the isolation. These will be hijacked and will be disabled from driving.