WHICH CASES OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH HEALTH MEASURES BY COVID-19 ARE CONSIDERED SERIOUS INFRINGEMENTS?
According to the sanctioning regime for cases of non-compliance with health measures by COVID-19, the serious infractions are:
Failure to comply with the agreed home insulation duty by people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Repeated non-compliance with the duty of home insulation by people who, having not tested positive for COVID-19, are close contacts in a confirmed case.
Repeated non-compliance with a general confinement order decreed.
Failure to notify the competent authority of cases of suspicion or diagnosis of the disease or of a relevant fact whose declaration is mandatory.
Complicate or impede the task of inspection by action or omission.
Refuse or refuse to provide the information required by the competent authorities or their agents, or to collaborate with them, or provide them with inaccurate information or false documentation.
Recidivism in the commission of minor offenses.
Any violation of what is established by the competent authorities to deal with the health crisis: distance, capacity, schedules, limitations of activity, hygiene, protocols… that poses a risk of infection for more than 15 people and up to 150 people .
Serious infractions can be sanctioned with a fine of 3,001 to 60,000 euros and can also be agreed as ancillary sanctions: the suspension or prohibition of the activity for a maximum period of six months; the closure of the premises or establishment for a maximum period of six months, or the disqualification for the organization or promotion of public shows and recreational activities for a maximum period of six months.