A woman in Canada has been arrested for refusing to self-isolate and she could go to jail

Though most provinces have been advising those who have just gotten back from international trips to self-isolate for two weeks for fear of potential novel coronavirus infection, Newfoundland is among a few that now consider any out-of-province travel — even within Canada — to be a community risk right now.

Both states allow respective governments to have greater powers than usual under these unprecedented circumstances, which can extend to things like controlling where people can and cannot go, and what services will be shuttered or remain open.

Under the Act, anyone who does not comply with 14 day self-isolation after travelling outside of Canada will face fines up to a staggering $1 million and/or three years in prison.

Full article @ FreshDaily