In England, a fine of more than ten tonnes may be imposed in the future if you refuse to isolate yourself in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Earlier this week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new restrictions on millions of people in the north-west, north and central parts of England.
Late Saturday, Johnson said, starting on 28 September, people will be required by law to isolate themselves if they have been diagnosed with a coronary infection or if the health system is ordered to do so by the NHS Tracing Program.
Fines for violating an isolation order range from a thousand pounds.
Repeated or serious infringements can result in a fine of up to £ 10,000, or around € 10,900.