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16 more nationals booked for violating home-quarantine pledge

Tribune News Network
Sixteen more nationals were booked on Sunday for violating the home-quarantine pledge they undertook as part of efforts to contain the spread of coronavius (COVID-19).
Qatar has approved home isolation as a second option for families returning to the country from abroad, provided they sign a pledge to remain under self-quarantine for a prescribed period.
The violators are
1. Abdul Nasser Ahmed Ahmed Al-Shaiba
2. Rashid Hadi Rashid Al Sable Al-Marri
3. Abdullah Hayel Nazel Rashid Al-Anzi
4. Abdullah Hussein Ali Al-Ateeq Al-Marri
5. Abdullah Mohammed Salem Al-Bahah Al-Marri
6. Abdullah Ali Bakhit Ali Al-Athbi
7. Abdullah Jaber Ali Rashid Alyan
8. Saif Hamad Saif Ali Al Azba
9. Bandar Saif Ali Saif Al-Marri
10. Hamad Jaber Hamad Muhammad Al-Zukiba
11. Nasser Abdullah Salem Al-Hutil Al-Marri
12. Sultan Muhammad Bakhit Al-Athba Al-Marri
13. Faisal Muhammad Bakhit Al-Athba Al-Marri
14. Ali Rashid Ali Rashid Afifa
15. Abdullah Mashey Shabib Hussain Al-Dossary
16. Muhammad Jaber Muhammad Al-Zabadani Al-Marri
Besides being a deterrant, naming the violators also serves as a caution to those who have come in contact with the violators and could be at risk of the infection, Supreme Committee for Crisis Management Spokesperson HE Lolwah bint Rashid bin Mohammed al Khater has earlier said.
All contacts of the violators are urged to go for medical examination to curb the spread of the virus.
Authorities called on citizens and residents of the domestic quarantine to strictly adhere to the requirements set by the Ministry of Public Health to ensure their safety and the safety of others.
The Ministry of Public Health said violators expose themselves to the penalties stipulated in accordance with the provisions of Article (253) of the Penal Code No. (11) of 2004, and the provisions of Law No. (17) of 1990 regarding the prevention of infectious diseases, and Law No. (17) (2002) on protecting society.
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