Police fined an elderly resident of the Italian town of Grado, which is 11 times in one day left the house to the store. On this April 7 reported the newspaper Il Gazzettino.
The fine amounted to €280; if it is not paid within 30 days, the amount will increase to €400.
Patrols spotted the woman who just bought cooking, he returned to the market, and then visited it again. She made a “friendly remark” and advised not to leave the house.
However, she continued trips to the store. Met her on the street for the 11th time in the day, police broke down and made the Protocol on violation of the rules of self-isolation.
Since March 10, in Italy there are strict quarantine measures in the outbreak of coronavirus infection. Authorities have closed educational institutions, prohibited mass meetings and urged citizens not to go outside. In the cities, only work grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, newsagents and tobacconist.
Residents are allowed to visit only the shops that are near their homes, and only in the municipality in which the person is registered.
The total number of infected by the coronavirus in Italy, including the dead and recovered is 139 422. Died 17 669 people.