Coronavirus | “If someone dies, do you give him his life back?” Ilie Dumitrescu believes that the penalties for non-compliance with quarantine are too small

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“I think it has to be a challenge for everyone, we have to be in a competition now. We are stronger than this virus. We have to be careful about every detail, every detail that gives us the chance to keep in touch to stay.
We must pray to God that something not happen to a Romanian. Let’s say a two-year sentence has been enforced. And if someone loses their life, what do you do? Don’t you think it’s a pretty permissive law?
But you should give two or three examples, take one and take it there and see that no one will come out of isolation and no one will come in contact with anyone. If you don’t give an example of this …

What if someone dies from some of this? How do you give her life back? Two years in prison? Then it turns into an assassination attempt, or what happens? Wait. Well, if an unconscious person comes from somewhere and gives us coronavirus, are we not that immune or strong? What if my body gives up? These sanctions are superbland “, Ilie Dumitrescu told Digi Sport, during the Football Club show.

What risks those who do not respect quarantine and leave the house

In Romania, the punishments are not negligible for those who do not respect quarantine or isolation. Thus, the breach of the quarantine conditions can lead to penalties from 6 months to 2 years in prison.
All because it endangers the lives of other citizens. However, there is also the possibility that the prison sentence could be converted into stiff fines of 20,000 lei. There have already been fines.
And in Bulgaria the punishments are of 3 years imprisonment, plus a fine between 500 and 1000 euros. If failure to comply with government measures led to the death, the offenders risk between 10,000 and 50,000 levs (5,000 and 25,000 euros) fine and five years imprisonment. Anyone infected or who has been in contact with a proven case of infection with Covid-19, but who refuses to be isolated, will have to pay a fine of 5,000 levas (2,500 euros).
In Italy, non-compliance with the quarantine provisions is punishable by imprisonment for up to 12 years.
The harshest punishments are in Greece. According to a member of the Supreme Court, article 285 of the Penal Code says that the smallest sanctions are between 3 and 10 years in prison, and the largest is even life imprisonment.

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