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A new, stronger chapter in the English coronavirus rules will begin on Monday, with fines of up to લોકોને 10,000 for refusing to separate when asked, and enforcement, including tip-offs, from those who believe others are breaking the rules. Is.
Comes with changes The duty of self-separation in the law. It becomes a legal obligation if someone is asked to do so by test-and-trace staff, but not for people using the Covid-19 phone app, which is anonymous.
At the same time, the government is introducing a new સિસ્ટમ 500 payment system for low-income people who cannot work due to mandatory 14-day self-separation, a system implemented by councils:
Australia In Australia, statistics show that young people received half of all fines levied during the first wave of the state epidemic, while South Sudan and the Aboriginal communities received a large number of fines.
Data released last week by the Crime Statistics Agency shows that there were 6,062 violations of the Covid-19 rules involving 5,474 people during the first wave of the corovirus epidemic. Victoria.
The average age was 29.5 years, and only one in four of those fined was a woman. About 42% of them were under 24 years of age.
Those born in South Sudan and Sudan were further represented in the fines imposed. They levied a 5% fine, but only about 0.14% of the Victorian population. Despite being only 0.8% of the population in Victoria, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders scored 4.7% of the fine:
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