Russia imposes self-isolation mode in Moscow, St. Petersburg, 26 regions

Source : 112 Ukraine

On March 30, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin recommended all regions to declare a self-isolation of citizens
09:21, 31 March 2020

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the authorities of Moscow, St. Petersburg and 26 other regions of the country have announced a mode of citizen’s self-isolation. It was reported by RBC.

Residents of Moscow and the Moscow region are prohibited from going outside, except in cases of emergency, the regional operations headquarters reported on Telegram.

You can go home, go to the pharmacy or grocery store, have an emergency doctor visit, walk the dog, take out the trash or go to work.

Related: Russia closes its borders due to coronavirus epidemic

On March 30, Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin recommended all regions to take similar measures.

The governor of St. Petersburg, Alexander Beglov, signed a resolution on the introduction of a complete self-isolation in the city.

According to the latest data, 1 836 people are infected with coronavirus in Russia.

As we reported earlier, Ukraine’s Foreign Minister stated that Ukraine would not relax or ease sanctions against Russia due to the spread of COVID-19. 

"The sanctions have been imposed in response to the Russian aggression against our country, and their softening or lifting should be tied to its progress in stopping the aggression and de-occupation of Crimea and certain regions of Donetsk and Luhansk regions," Kuleba said.

Related: Russia moves toward nationwide lockdown as coronavirus spreads

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