Muscat: The courts of first instance in the governorates of Sultanate’s issued a number of criminal judgments against the seven violators of the decisions of the Supreme Committee in charge of examining the mechanism for dealing with the Corona virus.
The Public Prosecution began investigating seven defendants who violated the ban on night movement, not wearing a mask, and not adhering to home quarantine, and as a result they were referred to the competent courts, and they were sentenced to ranging between six months imprisonment and a fine of OMR 1000, with the foreign accused being deported from the country.
Last Monday, the First Instance Court (Criminal Circuit) in Dhofar governorate convicted a foreign suspect; For violating the Infectious Diseases Control Act, it imposed a one-month prison sentence and deported him from the country.
Investigations revealed that the accused did not adhere to home quarantine procedures, in violation of the decisions of the Supreme Committee.
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