Among the violators there was a karaoke bar that served visitors, despite the quarantine regime.
Since the day the quarantine regime was announced, 55,386 facts of violation of quarantine restriction measures have been revealed throughout Uzbekistan, the press service of Interior Ministry reports.
Number of cases identified by region:
- Tashkent city – 9 029 cases;
- Tashkent region - 7 705 cases;
- Fergana region - 7 635 cases;
- Samarkand region – 5 497 cases;
- Syrdarya region – 4 154 cases;
- Kashkadarya region – 4 066 cases;
- Namangan region – 3 252 cases;
- Andijan region – 3 243 cases;
- Bukhara region - 2 256 cases;
- Jizzakh region – 2 070 cases;
- The Republic of Karakalpakstan – 2 020 cases;
- Surkhandarya region - 1 957 facts;
- Khorezm region – 1 848 facts;
- Navoi region - 654 facts.
“Despite the restrictions introduced, the number of such offenses continues to grow,” the report said.
For example, on April 12, it was established that 23-year-old resident of Jizzakh served 5 clients in his karaoke bar. For this, he was prosecuted under Article 54 of the Administrative Responsibility Code.
There are minor violations, for example, movement without face masks and petty hooliganism, as well as those that leads to paying a large fine, such as travelling on car without a special sticker, the Interior Ministry adds.
To note, according to the Article 54 of the Administrative Responsibility Code, a violation of the mandatory rules established in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus infections results in fine:
• for citizens - 20-30 BCAs (4,460,000 – 6,690,000 soums);
• for officials - 30-50 BCAs (6,690,000 – 11,150,000 soums).