Patients in Russia have broken through locks and jumped out of windows in order to escape coronavirus quarantine
- Three patients in Russia under quarantine for coronavirus orchestrated two unrelated dramatic escapes from the hospital as the country cracks down hard, in the wake of the coronavirus' spread in China.
- Russia has quarantined thousands of citizens in an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus, which has killed 1,489 people and infected 64,000 the majority of which in China.
- A woman and her young son jumped out of a window in the southern city of Samara in a desperate attempt to flee quarantine. Another woman short-circuited the magnetic lock on her hospital door and ran away.
- Russia has confirmed two cases of coronavirus in the country, both of whom were Chinese citizens and have since recovered.
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Neder said she and her son were placed in quarantine for several days and were told to await testing for the deadly virus.While in the hospital, Neder says she took a pregnancy test and discovered she was pregnant.
Neder told The Times that the conditions at the hospital left her desperate to escape."The conditions there were awful. Doctors were very unprofessional and not wearing any protective gear," she said. "We had no choice but to jump out of [the] window."She told The Times that she and her son were cleared of having coronavirus three days after escaping the hospital.
Another woman named Alla Ilyina told The Times that she had been quarantined in a St. Petersburg hospital after returning from Hainan last month. Despite testing negative for the coronavirus, she remained under lockdown in the hospital, which she likened to a "cage."
She told The Times that having studied physics in college, she devised a plan to break the magnetic lock on the hospital door in order to escape."I drew up a map before and made a detailed plan," she told The Times. "When evening came and the medical staff had let their guard down, I short-circuited the magnetic lock in my containment room and opened the door."
Russia has quarantined thousands of citizens in an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus, which has already killed 1,489 people and infected 64,000 others worldwide.Russia has confirmed two cases of coronavirus in the country, both of whom were Chinese citizens and have since recovered.
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