The designated authorities referred 344 people to the Public Prosecution for not wearing masks in places where they are mandatory. In addition, 17 people for violating the decision to ban gatherings in closed spaces, 21 persons for not maintaining safe physical distancing, 2 persons for not installing the Ehteraz app, and 1 person for violating home quarantine requirements.
In line with the cabinet decision based on Law No. 17 of 1990 regarding infectious diseases, the competent authorities referred several people to the Prosecution for violating #COVID19 preventive and precautionary measures in force.#IWearAMask #Coronavirus #MoIQatar #Qatar pic.twitter.com/9wq9SCWEdy— Ministry of Interior (@MOI_QatarEn) May 5, 2021
The measure is in line with the Cabinet decision, Decree-Law No. 17 of 1990 on infectious diseases, and the precautionary measures in force in the country to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
The designated authorities called on the public to adhere to the precautionary measures in place to ensure their safety and the safety of others.
The designated authorities also arrested today one person who violated the requirements of the home quarantine, he committed to following, which he is legally accountable for, in accordance with the procedures of the health authorities in the country.
The arrest of the violator came in the implementation of the precautionary measures in force in the country, approved by health authorities represented in the Ministry of Public Health, to curb the spread of the COVID-19.
The violator, who is currently being referred to the designated prosecution, is:
1- Salem Mohammed Salem Al Hamis Al Marri.
The designated authorities called on citizens and residents under home quarantine to fully commit to the Ministry of Public Health's condition, to ensure their safety and the safety of others. They added that anyone who violates the quarantine will be subject to article no. 253 of law no. 11 of 2004, provisions of law no. 17 of 1990 on communicable diseases, and law no. 17 of 2002 on protecting society.
Source: Ministry of Interior
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