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Passengers coming from China must be quarantined, says Moscow Mayor


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All passengers from China arriving in Moscow to visit must first be quarantined for two weeks upon arrival, says the city’s mayor on Friday.

The measure follows a broad ban preventing Chinese citizens from travelling to Russia due to fears about the new coronavirus, with exemptions to be made for certain students, officials, and business people.

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“All passengers arriving from China will undergo an on-site medical evaluation.

“Samples will be obtained from them to be tested for coronavirus,” Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said in a statement.

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All such passengers will be informed that they must initially conduct a two-week isolation at their place of stay, the mayor added.


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