Covid-19: Ukrainian detained in Montenegro for breaching self-isolation

Source : 112 Ukraine

The police detected the woman waking near the house where she was supposed to stay upon the arrival from Ukraine
16:18, 19 March 2020

Girl in a mask, quarantine
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An incident occurred in Budva, Montenegro where Ukrainian citizen breached the quarantine and left the house. Vijesti reported that on Thursday, March 19.

The police found the woman next to the house where she was supposed to stay upon the arrival from Ukraine. The law wnforcers opened the case on disobeying healthcare authority order on combating a dangerous disease, which is a violation of Montenegrin Criminal Code.

Previously, the inspection department of the sanitary inspection unit ruled that the Ukrainian would have to stay indoors.

Currently, the overall number of those infected with coronavirus in Montenegro makes eight people.

Related: Two women hospitalized with suspicion for Covid-19 in Donetsk region

Earlier, we reported that another case of coronavirus infection was observed in the Kyiv region. This was reported by the press service of the Kyiv Regional State Administration.

"The second case of coronavirus disease has been confirmed in the Kyiv region. This is a woman who is a family member of the first patient in the Kyiv region. At present, their condition is estimated by doctors as moderate," the report reads.

Five people, suspected of coronavirus, were hospitalized in the area. Two people were found in Bila Tserkva, two more in Kyiv-Sviatoshynskyi district and one in Brovary (not confirmed).

Related: Speaker of Ukrainian parliament tested for Covid-2019

The woman is related to Ukrainian MP Serhiy Shakhov who was diagnosed with Covid-2019 on March 18.

The MP is now under self-isolation, he gets a due treatment.

Related: 25 million people may lose jobs due to Covid-19 pandemic

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