In the area of the Joint Forces Operation on April 7, the armed formations of the Russian Federation violated the ceasefire four times, including using weapons prohibited by the Minsk agreements, - the JFO headquarters reported. The occupiers used 120 mm mortars, infantry anti-tank rocket launchers, UAVs, heavy machine guns and small arms. Ukrainian soldiers responded to all the impudent actions of Russian mercenaries with aimed fire at the enemy strong points. Feeling the results of our response, the occupiers immediately stopped any activity. Losses of the opponent are being specified. There are no casualties among the Joint Forces members as a result of the enemy shelling. There were no cases of coronavirus infection among the Joint Forces personnel.
A resident of frontline Marinka sustained shrapnel wounds as a result of shelling by the militants at around 16.00 on April 7, - the Joint Forces headquarters reported. "As a result of the shelling from a grenade launcher, a local resident, citizen H., sustained shrapnel wound in the leg. The woman was promptly taken to the Kurakhove city hospital, where she was provided with qualified medical care. The victim refused to be hospitalized, her health condition is satisfactory", - the report said.
A car with reporters of the Ukraina TV channel was shelled by the militants in the Donetsk oblast. This was reported by journalist of the TV channel Oleksandr Makhov on his Facebook. "They intentionally shoot at the car. Since the shelling occurred exactly at the moment when the car stopped in a special place near the position. The car is civilian and branded", - Makhov noted. He clarified that the militants dropped a shell from a drone that fell a meter from the car. The shell scattered into several small fragments. One of them broke through the side window of the car, several other fragments fell into the car body. "I, operator, driver and press officer of the brigade that accompanied the crew were in the car interior. Fortunately, no one was hurt. We all immediately took refuge in the dugout", - the journalist reported.
The sixth case of coronavirus infection was recognized in CADO. This was reported by the so-called "Ministry of Health", operating in the occupied part of Donetsk oblast. It was clarified that after arriving from Moscow on March 31, the patient was on self-isolation and turned to doctors for help five days later. The man in satisfactory condition was hospitalized in a hospital. All persons with whom the patient contacted were isolated. The first case of COVID-19 was recorded in CADO on March 31.
Fines in the amount of more than 2 million rubles were imposed on the quarantine violators in CADO by the so-called "police". This was reported by the so-called "DNR MIA". In total, from the beginning of the checks, 20 protocols were drawn up on the facts of violation of the self-isolation regime by the residents of CADO and 21 administrative violations regarding representatives of the sphere of trade and public catering. "The total amount of fines imposed on offenders is 2 million 190 thousand rubles", - the report said.