Tightening responsibility
Laws have come into force, both at the level of the Russian Federation and at the level of Moscow, which provide for stricter legal liability for violations of the quarantine.

Law No. 99-FZ (entered into force on April 1) introduced new administrative liability structures:

1. For violation of sanitary epidemiological rules and requirements that were made during the period of emergency or quarantine. The following penalties are imposed:

a) for citizens —15-40 thousand rubles;

b) for officials — 50-150 thousand rubles;

c) for individual entrepreneurs — 50-150 thousand rubles or suspension of activity for up to 90 days;

d) for legal entities — 200-500 thousand rubles or suspension of activity for up to 90 days.

2. For failure to comply with rules of conduct in emergency situations or the threat of its occurrence. For failure to comply with the rules of conduct when introducing a high-alert regime on the territory where there is a threat of an emergency, or in an emergency zone. The following penalties are imposed:

a) for citizens —1000-30 thousand rubles;

b) for officials —10-50 thousand rubles;

c) for individual entrepreneurs — 30-50 thousand rubles;

d) for legal entities —100-300 thousand rubles.
Law No. 100-FZ (entered into force on April 1) increases criminal liability for non-compliance with the quarantine. The penalty for a crime under article 236 of the Criminal Code is increased:

1. mass disease among people through negligence or creates the threat of mass disease it is provided:

a) a fine of 50-70 thousand rubles;

b) restriction or imprisonment for up to 2 years.

2. for the death of a person by negligence, it is provided:

a) a fine of 1 million to 2 million rubles;

b) restriction of freedom for a period of 2 to 4 years;

c) forced labor or imprisonment for a term of 3 to 5 years.

3. for the death of two or more persons by negligence, it is provided:

a) forced labor for a period of 4 to 5 years;

b) imprisonment from 5 to 7 years.
Law No. 77 (entered into force on April 1) strengthened administrative responsibility on the territory of Moscow.

The administrative code of Moscow has been supplemented with a new administrative offense (article 3.18.1), which provides for liability for violation of requirements during the period of high alert. In particular, the sanction provides for fines:

1. for violation of the isolation regime:

a) 4 thousand rubles for the first violation;

b) 5 thousand rubles for repeated violation or for violation with the use of a vehicle.

2. for refusing to suspend the activities of various facilities and for refusing to suspend events:

a) for officials-30-40 thousand rubles;

b) in case of repeated violation for officials-40-50 thousand rubles.;

c) for legal entities-200-300 thousand rubles.

d) in case of repeated violation for legal entities-300-500 thousand rubles.

In addition, the law provides for the possibility to detain a vehicle in order to prevent the above-mentioned administrative offense.
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