If you have Coronavirus and go out on the street you could be sentenced to up to 21 years in prison in Italy

If you have Coronavirus and go out on the street you could be sentenced to up to 21 years in prison in Italy
 
 Italian nationals confirmed as carriers of the new coronavirus could face murder charges if they move freely across the street, despite being ordered to remain in quarantine. Patients suspected of being carriers of COVID-19 have been ordered to stay in isolated areas, otherwise, they will be fined for about 206 euros.

But already with the new measures taken they will face far more serious charges if they infect anyone during their walks on the streets. Italian media say the men will be charged with intentional homicide and could spend up to 21 years in prison.

"If I am infected, I know I am and seek to still have contact with other people regardless of the possibility of transmitting the infection, then charges come in," Franco Coppi told to Corriere della Sera.

Meanwhile, at a news conference a few days ago, the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte declared the entire territory of the country a "red zone", thereby preventing any movement on the streets of cities.

Recall that so far the number of infected in Italy has reached 12 thousand, among them 1045 people have been recovered, while about 827 people have lost their lives as a result of the deadly epidemic.
If you have Coronavirus and go out on the street you could be sentenced to up to 21 years in prison in Italy If you have Coronavirus and go out on the street you could be sentenced to up to 21 years in prison in Italy Thursday, March 12, 2020 Rating: 5
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