A resident of the French Châle has been sentenced to two months in prison for eight quarantine violations. This was written by the newspaper Voix du Nord on March 31.
A 20-year-old young man was detained on March 30, and the next day he was arrested.
At the time of his arrest, there was a minor child with him, who will be presented to the judge for children in June this year.
In France, since 17 March, there are severe restrictions on movement due to the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, which causes the infectious disease COVID-19. Citizens are allowed to go out only if there is a written explanatory note containing a reason why a person should leave home. Mass events, cafes, restaurants and cinemas have been banned in the country.
According to the data of the World Bank as of April 1, 52 128 cases of coronavirus infection were registered in France, 3523 patients died.
A total of 874,615 people fell ill in the world, 43,430 died.