More than 100 people arrested between January 15 and 30 for the crime of disobedience

Last Updated on 22/06/2021 by VdB

More than 100 people were arrested between January 15 and 30 by the GNR and PSP for the crime of disobedience, 40 of which for breach of the obligation of mandatory confinement, for failure to comply with the measures provided for in the state of emergency, imposed due to covid-19 pandemic.
 
The data were released this Thursday by the Ministry of Internal Administration (MAI) following a meeting on Wednesday under the State of Emergency Monitoring Framework.
According to the figures made at the meeting, GNR and PSP carried out 14,242 inspection actions in the second half of January, in compliance with the provisions of the Decree that regulates the State of Emergency.
 
Inspection actions led to the closure of 204 establishments for non-compliance with the established rules and a total of 3,567 administrative infraction notices, of which 1,592 relate to the general duty of home collection.
 
Of the records filed, 740 are due to non-compliance with the use of a mask on public roads and spaces, 276 due to non-compliance with the limitation of circulating between municipalities, 173 due to consumption of alcoholic beverages on public roads and 95 due to the rules of occupation, capacity, permanence, distance physical and means of appointment in places open to the public.
GNR and PSP also instituted 91 records for non-compliance with the mandatory use of masks in, public establishments and others, 72 due to the rules for the operation of restaurants and similar, 71 for non-compliance with the rules for the sale of alcoholic beverages and 59 for failure to close facilities and establishments.
 
53 cases were also initiated for failure to perform SARS-CoV-2 tests, 50 due to those relating to the restriction, suspension or closure of activities or separation of people who are not sick and 47 for failure to comply with the prohibition on the consumption of meals or products or near establishments.

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