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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin

 

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin admitted on Monday that the country ordered expulsion of foreigners who were infected with the coronavirus.


The premier ordered to put the coronavirus on the list of highly infectious diseases, allowing for stricter measures against foreign citizens with signs of illness, including quarantine and expulsion.


"Now it [new type of coronavirus] is added to the list of highly infectious diseases. This will allow to deport foreign citizens, if they are found to have such disease, and to announce special restrictive measures, including isolation and quarantine," Mishustin said at a daily briefing with vice premiers in Moscow.


He also reminded that Russia closed the border with China, suspended the traffic on the Russian-Mongolian border, and temporarily prohibited delivery of group, tourist and work visas to the Chinese citizens.


In addition, Mishustin agreed to postpone the Sochi Investment Forum, slated for mid-February, where 500 of 2,000 registered participants are from the countries with officially announced cases of the coronavirus.


Source: https://www.aa.com.tr

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Russia Orders Expulsion of Foreigners with Coronavirus

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Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin

 

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin admitted on Monday that the country ordered expulsion of foreigners who were infected with the coronavirus.


The premier ordered to put the coronavirus on the list of highly infectious diseases, allowing for stricter measures against foreign citizens with signs of illness, including quarantine and expulsion.


"Now it [new type of coronavirus] is added to the list of highly infectious diseases. This will allow to deport foreign citizens, if they are found to have such disease, and to announce special restrictive measures, including isolation and quarantine," Mishustin said at a daily briefing with vice premiers in Moscow.


He also reminded that Russia closed the border with China, suspended the traffic on the Russian-Mongolian border, and temporarily prohibited delivery of group, tourist and work visas to the Chinese citizens.


In addition, Mishustin agreed to postpone the Sochi Investment Forum, slated for mid-February, where 500 of 2,000 registered participants are from the countries with officially announced cases of the coronavirus.


Source: https://www.aa.com.tr

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