The public ministry said Monday that Dominican musician DJ Adoni must take social and preventive action against Covid-19, after he starred in a caravan in the provinces of Duarte and Hermanas Mirabal on July 13.
Prosecutors Juana Maria Prieto, Head of the Northeast Regional Office of the Deputy Specialist for the Defense of the Environment and Natural Resources of the Ministry; Smiley Yamil Rodriguez Rodriguez, Head of the Duarte District Prosecutor’s Office; And Edward Andres Nunez Meret, of the Mirabal Sisters Public Prosecutor’s Office, explained that Julio Adoni Gros Gonzalez, the first name of DJ Adoni, realized that mass activism put the health of hundreds of citizens at risk.
Gross González made a public apology and promised to act so that citizens respect environmental and health laws (Nos. 64-00 and 42-01) and to maintain protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
Gross González is required by law to participate in official activities focused on educating the population about the need for vaccination against COVID-19.
The document states that in the event of a breach of obligation, the musician will have to face a criminal charge for breaching the breach contained in Legislation 64-00 and Law 42-01.