MOSCOW, April 20 (RAPSI) – A court in Russia’s Barnaul has fined two local men 15,000 rubles ($200) each for violating the 14-day quarantine after their return from abroad, the press service of the Interior Ministry’s Altai Krai Main Directorate reports.

According to case papers, in early April, road police stopped a car driven by a 29-year man. During the check it was found the the citizen was on the list of people, who had come from countries with a bad COVID-19 epidemic situation. According to the order of the Russian chief sanitary officer, he was to be at home for 14 days from the date he had arrived.

Another violator, born 1984, left his home without without reasonable excuse, thus failing to comply with the self-isolation requirements from the date he came from abroad.