In Romania, two deputies from the Social democratic party fined for refusing to wear a mask in public. About this July 7, according to Digi 24.
The incident occurred on the morning of July 7 at a fast food restaurant in Bucharest. The staff called the police, as the two visitors refused to wear a face mask, and contemptuous of workers.
Upon arrival police found that offenders were the deputies Adrian Solomon and John Irinel Rack. Law enforcement officers tried to talk to the offenders, but those in the answer began to insult the police.
As a result militiamen have fined the deputies – one for 1600 lei (10 thousand UAH), the second – in 1,000 lei (6287 UAH).
Quarantine in Romania, introduced in late March in connection with the pandemic COVID-19. Of the house were allowed to leave only for trips to work or to the store. From may 15, the country began to weaken the quarantine, and in June opened the borders for a limited number of people.
According to data of the Ministry of health of Romania on 7 July in the country confirmed COVID-19 29 620 people, of whom 1799 – died.