Russian woman who escaped coronavirus quarantine ordered back to hospital

Russian woman who escaped coronavirus quarantine ordered back to hospital

A Russian woman who escaped from a hospital while under quarantine for the coronavirus by short-circuiting an electronic door was ordered by a court to return to the facility. Alla Ilyina, 32, was admitted to the hospital on Feb. 6 after she reported having a sore throat following a trip to China. She left the next day after finding out she would have to spend 14 days in isolation instead of one.

Kathy
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John Wilson
John Wilson 1 months

dumb people are why we are doomed to suffer the virus. "I'm not sick" yea but maybe you are contagious dumb ass.

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 1 months

Smart enough to be able to short-circuit the door to escape, but not to think of consequences of possible contagion.

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