The regulatory act provides for temporary measures in order to contrast the spread of coronavirus infections among the prison population, guaranteeing the conditions for the defense of the life and health of the condemned.
"Temporary insulation at home" it is a special permission that is given to the condemned because of the epidemic from Covidien-19. The condemned person may remain temporarily in his home, in another home or in other structures approved for reception. This measure is provided only for those who fulfill the criteria set out in the decree.
"Chronic disease that puts life at risk"
Those convicted who have chronic illnesses who in conjunction with Covid-19 may endanger the life of the prisoner can obtain this special permit.
Those sentenced who are entitled to leave:
Sentenced persons can obtain a special three-month permit if they currently meet the following requirements:
- he has been definitively sentenced and he has only three years in prison to serve
- if you must serve a sentence of no more than 5 years
- you are 60 years of age or older
- suffers from a chronic disease, certified by the medical commission according to current legislation
The period in which the sentenced person remains in solitary confinement outside prison will be calculated as an expiation of the sentence.
This does not benefit people who have been convicted of murder, serious crime, sexual offenses, kidnappings, crimes against state authorities, and people who present high social risks or who pose public order and security.
Furthermore, detainees who do not fall into these categories but are under investigation for such offenses will also be excluded from these permits. Also excluded are those who have received disciplinary measures in the past six months.