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  and section 270 Whoever malignantly does any act which is, and which knows likely to spread infection shall be punished with imprisonment two years and fine.  
 
  and section 270 Whoever malignantly does any act which is, and which knows likely to spread infection shall be punished with imprisonment two years and fine.  
 
271 called quarantine Rule, For regulating the intercourse of vessels in a state of quarantine with the shore or with other vessels or for regulating the intercourse between places where infectious disease prevails and other places shall be punished with imprisonment  of either description for a term which extend to six months, or with fine, both
 
271 called quarantine Rule, For regulating the intercourse of vessels in a state of quarantine with the shore or with other vessels or for regulating the intercourse between places where infectious disease prevails and other places shall be punished with imprisonment  of either description for a term which extend to six months, or with fine, both
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Look the IPC Section 269 270 and 271, disease this section, Dangerous to life - whoever unlawfully or negligently does any Act which is,

 and which he knows likely to spread the infection, shall be punished and imprisonment six months and fine, with both, 
and section 270 Whoever malignantly does any act which is, and which knows likely to spread infection shall be punished with imprisonment two years and fine. 

271 called quarantine Rule, For regulating the intercourse of vessels in a state of quarantine with the shore or with other vessels or for regulating the intercourse between places where infectious disease prevails and other places shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which extend to six months, or with fine, both