Xiamen police punished a man for concealing his itinerary and not cooperating with the flow

2022-06-19 0 By

China News on April 6According to the public wechat account of Xiamen Public Security, a man who deliberately hid his itinerary and did not cooperate with the traffic transfer was given a severe punishment by xiamen police: administrative detention for 10 days and a fine of 500 yuan.On April 4, feng Bin (male, 30 years old, from Fuzhou, Jiangxi province) was sentenced to administrative detention for 7 days by xiamen police in accordance with the law because he had a travel history of confirmed cases within the past 14 days but did not report the case as required and did not take nucleic acid test in the first time.After further investigation by the police, when the staff transferred him, Feng bin deliberately concealed his trip to the G35 Ji-Guang Expressway South City service area in Fuzhou, Jiangxi Province on March 26, 28 and 29 (the service area has found a number of positive infections), a building in Longshan South Road in Siming District, a place on Dongpingshan Road, etc.As a result, the epidemic prevention department was unable to identify the source of the epidemic in Xiamen at the first time, which adversely affected the epidemic prevention and control work.Given Feng Mou guest during the epidemic prevention and control has repeatedly refused to carry out the people’s government in a state of emergency decisions and orders issued in accordance with the law, if the circumstances are serious, according to the law of the People’s Republic of China on public security administration punishment law 1 of paragraph 1 of article 50 of the act, the police decided to be given a heavier punishment, change the original decision for administrative detention punishment 10, concurrently impose a fine of 500 yuan.The public security organs will continue to conduct in-depth investigation and collect evidence. If they are found to be involved in crimes, they will be investigated for criminal responsibility in accordance with the law.