13 passengers of Kyiv-Moscow train hospitalized to Russian clinic

Source : 112 Ukraine

There are Ukrainians among hospitalized
15:39, 21 February 2020


13 passengers of Kyiv-Moscow train, where citizen of China with high fever was spotted, hospitalized to hospital #4 in Bryansk, Russia as Interfax-Ukraine reported citing chief doctor of the hospital.

“All of them accommodated in the free-standing building of the hospital. They run some tests for all viral infections, not only coronavirus,” the doctor said.

Currently there are no results of the tests. It is noted that there are citizens of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus among the hospitalized.

The state of health of the citizen of China, who was removed from the train, is satisfactory. She was not diagnosed with clinical manifestations of respiratory diseases. She was transferred to the guarded box, which is situated separately from other medical rooms of the hospital.

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The main body of the train arrived in Moscow. The further actions on the procedure of the return of the train to Ukraine are under specification.

As we reported, a Chinese woman with symptoms of ARVI was removed from the train, which was heading from Kyiv to Moscow.

On February 20, the Boeing 737-800 landed in Kharkiv city. It carried the Ukrainians who were evacuated from China so as to save them from the raging coronavirus. According to Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry, none of the passengers were sick or showed any symptoms of the disease. The Interior Ministry decided that the citizens will be put on the quarantine in Novi Sanzhary, Poltava region, central Ukraine.


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