Violations of the mask and glove regime, committed at the concert of the Krovostok group in Moscow, can threaten the GlavClub with a fine of up to a million rubles. On December 20, the chief inspector of the capital’s association of administrative and technical inspections, Jan Popovsky, told reporters about this.
According to him, the police examined the concert venue on December 19 during the band’s performance.
“During the survey, it was found that 50% of the concert visitors did not comply with the glove and mask regime,” he said.
Popovsky added that the guests of the event did not observe social distance.
For identified violations, a legal entity, in accordance with part 1 of article 20.6.1 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation, faces a fine of up to 300 thousand rubles, and if there are repeated violations or COVID-19 patients are identified as a result of the concert, the club faces a fine of up to one million rubles.
Also, the authorities can suspend the activities of the institution for up to 90 days by a court decision.
Police officers on Saturday, December 19, checked at a concert of the rap group “Krovostok” in Moscow. Law enforcement officers noted that almost half of the spectators in the hall were without personal protective equipment, masks and gloves.
On the eve in the center of Moscow, the police interrupted a night party in a bar. Guests of the event celebrated their birthday in the establishment.