Those who break the isolation rules will be fined
Those who break the isolation rules will be fined

Sydney: Australia's second-most populous state, Victoria, reported on Tuesday that anyone breaking the covid-19 segregation rules would have to pay fines as high as $ 20,000, and also said the spread of this infection More military personnel are going to be deployed to fight with. Once covid was heralded as a global leader with 19. At the same time, it has been learned that Australia is making several efforts to slow the spread of covid-19 in Victoria to prevent another wave of infection.

According to the information received, Victoria was issued a curfew order one night early this week, tightening restrictions on daily movements of people and ordered to slow down the spread of covid to large parts of the local economy. Victoria state chief Daniel Andrews said on Tuesday that about a third of those who contracted the covid-19 could not be removed at the time of investigation by authorities.

Issued an order to pay a fine of approximately $ 5,000 ($ 3,559.00) to anyone not living on domestic rules. Offenders who violate this rule will have to pay a fine of up to $ 20,000. Andrews told reporters in Melbourne that there is no reason to leave your house and if you want to leave your home and are not found there, you are going to have a hard time convincing the Victoria Police.

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