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Posted On: 29 March 2020 10:39 pm
Updated On: 13 April 2020 06:25 am

17 people arrested for violating Covid-19 home quarantine

Khadiza Begum
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The Ministry of Public Health announced that the competent authorities arrested 17 people who violated the requirements of home quarantine on Sunday.

The pledge they committed themselves had forewarned this.

The ministry said the arrest of these persons is part of the measures in force in the country and approved by the health authorities.

This is to ensure public safety, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

The Ministry said that the 10 persons proceeded to prosecution.

The persons arrested are:

1. AbdulNasser Ahmed Ahmed al-Shaybah / Qatari

2. Rashid Hadi Rashid Al Sable Al-Marri / Qatari

3. Khalid Khalaf Saad Mohammed Al-Kubaisi / Qatari

4. Abdullah Hayel Nazel Rashid Al-Anzi / Qatari

5. Abdullah Hussein Ali Al-Ateeq Al-Marri / Qatari

6. Abdullah Mohammed Salem Al-Bahah Al-Marri / Qatari

7. Abdullah Ali Bakhit Ali Al-Athbi / Qatari

8. Abdullah Jaber Ali Rashid Alyan / Qatari

9. Saif Hamad Saif Ali Al-Athba / Qatari

10. Bandar Saif Ali Saif Al-Marri / Qatari

11. Hamad Jaber Hamad Mohammad Al-Zakiba / Qatari

12. Nasser Abdullah Salem Al-Hutil Al-Marri / Qatari

13. Sultan Muhammad Bakhit Al-Athba Al-Marri / Qatari

14. Faisal Muhammad Bakhit Al-Athba Al-Marri / Qatari

15. Ali Rashid Ali Rashid Afifa / Qatari

16. Abdullah Mashey Shabib Hussain Al-Dossary / Qatari

17. Mohammed Jaber Muhammad Al-Zabadani Al-Marri / Qatari

The authorities reminded citizens and residents in home quarantine of the necessity of strict adherence to the conditions set by the Ministry of Health for their own safety and others.

The Ministry statement stressed whoever violates the conditions will expose himself to the penalties in line with the provisions of Article 253 of the Penal Code No. (11) of 2004, and the provisions of Law No. (17) of 1990 regarding prevention of infectious diseases, and Law No. (17) of 2002 on Protection of Community.

(Source: QNA)