The head of the Ministry of Health of Romania was fined for the lack of a mask

In Romania, the Minister of Health Vlad Voiculescu was fined $360 for the lack of a medical mask in a closed room, the Mediafax news agency reports.

“Health Minister Vlad Voiculescu has been fined,” the agency said.

The Bucharest General Police Department said the minister was fined for failing to comply with the law on preventing and combating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the website said. The fine amounted to 1,500 lei ($360). In Romania, a curfew from 22.00 to 5.00 has been imposed since November 9. In addition, residents aged five and over are required to wear masks even on the streets.

According to the restrictions, all public and private companies should, if possible, arrange for employees to work remotely. A ban on holding festive events on any premises has been imposed. In addition, the work of closed markets, fairs, and exhibitions is prohibited. The restrictions will remain in effect until April 13.

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