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Anyone who refuses to self-isolate could face a £1,000 fine or JAIL, as police are given new emergen

People who refuse to go into quarantine risk being thrown into jail or being slapped with a fine of up to £1,000, it was reported last night.

Anybody in England and Wales who denies testing for suspected coronavirus, or continues to refuse to self-isolate, could be forced by police, as reported by The Telegraph.

The emergency powers, expected to be announced this week, will give police the right to use ‘reasonable force’ to detain those who could infect others.

The Health Protection (Coronavirus) Regulations 2020, published on the government’s website, says those suspected of infection could be held for up to 14 days in a secure hospital or other suitable location.

Anybody who tries to make an escape can be taken into custody before being returned to detention or isolation, the regulations state.

Failing to comply is a criminal offence punishable with a fine of up to £1,000. Those who refuse to pay could also be imprisoned.

The new regulations also state those suspected of being infected will have mandatory tests –such as giving a blood sample or having their nose and throat swabbed.

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