China News Service, July 7th, according to the European Union quoted the European Union News Agency reported on the 7th, recently, Italy, Veneto, Tuscany, Lazio and other seven regions have confirmed new cases of new crowns have rebounded slightly, and new infections Most of them are related to overseas imports, clustered infections and evasive isolation treatment. In this regard, the Italian Ministry of Health is working with the judiciary to formulate new epidemic prevention regulations, and avoiding isolation and treatment will be included in the criminal penalty.

  According to reports, according to a report from the health department, a confirmed patient returned from abroad in the last week in Vicenza refused to go out without cooperation with isolation treatment, resulting in 5 infections and 89 close contacts were isolated; Tren Tino held a party during the quarantine for the returnees abroad, which led to the infection of 8 people; the group of Italian BRT express companies has increased the number of infected people to 120 and so on. Many incidents of evading isolation and treatment are endangering public health and safety.

  Pregliasco, a virus expert at the University of Milan in Italy, said that with the gradual relaxation of anti-epidemic laws, small-scale cluster infections and violations of anti-epidemic regulations have caused the spread of the virus. It seems that it is becoming a normal state, and its potential danger cannot be ignored. The irresponsible behavior of some infected people will cause harm to the community.

  Italian Health Minister Speranza said that the new coronavirus is still spreading and the danger has not passed. Infected persons who face non-compliance with quarantine regulations will face imprisonment of 3 to 18 months and a fine of up to 5,000 euros.

  The deputy minister of health, Sileri, also emphasized that the segregation policy must be strictly enforced, and the patients diagnosed at home should be monitored as necessary, and criminal punishment should be introduced to firmly stop community transmission due to violations of epidemic prevention regulations.

  The report pointed out that, according to the amended bill of anti-epidemic laws, for those who cannot guarantee isolation at home, they can be forced to be isolated at designated hotels or isolation sites; for those who refuse to receive medical treatment, they can be forced to be hospitalized for isolation treatment .

  In addition, the bill also requires the judiciary to further improve the law enforcement standards of Section 438 of the Criminal Law, to quantify the legal definition scale and regulations during the epidemic. According to the stipulations of this article, those who cause epidemics through the spread of pathogenic viruses can be sentenced to more than 8 years in prison, with a maximum of life imprisonment. (Boyuan)