Volochkova was fined for a trip to Diveevo and violation of the quarantine

Dancer Anastasia Volochkova fined because she visited the monastery closed to quarantine the village Diveevo (Nizhny Novgorod region). This was announced by the head of the region Gleb Nikitin.

On a trip to Holy Trinity-Saint Seraphim-Diveevo monastery Volochkova told Instagram.

“Great journey I made in a Holy place Diveevo! Met a bright and wonderful people! Not knowing that the Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod region (I don’t know his name) against the good and the arrival of pilgrims and believers,” wrote dancer. While Volochkova complained that due to the restrictive measures, she was unable to stay in a hotel.

“Even in Moscow and other cities cleared quarantine. I had to sleep in the car. Thank God, she was comfortable,” she complained.

the Governor replied that not interested in pages of the stars of show business, but the residents of Diveevo asked him to pay attention to the pictures Volochkova.

“I was approached by the residents of Diveevo and sent a photo of a famous person posing in front of the Diveevo Holy sites. In the village quarantine. And the question was put very fairly: do rules and limitations for the stars not moving? They can do anything?” – wrote in his Instagram Nikitin.

He stressed that the restrictions imposed due to the spread of the coronavirus, are the same for everyone. So the police and administration made the relevant protocols and prescribed penalties to violators.

In mid-April, dozens of nuns of Svyato-Troitsky Serafimo-Diveevsky monastery discovered coronavirus. From the 25th of April, the monastery and the village in which it is located, are quarantined. 11 Jun quarantine in the convent was abolished, however, in the village limits still apply. As noted Nikitin in Diveevo “per capita infected is 1.6 times more than in Moscow,” so the quarantine is a necessary measure.

Only in the Nizhny Novgorod region recorded about 17.3 thousand cases of infection COVID-19. 229 cases were fatal, almost 10.7 thousand people were cured.