Russian Authorities of Saint Petersburg announced the imposition of a general self-quarantine regime in the city

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The Russian authorities of Saint Petersburg announced the imposition of a general self-quarantine regime in the city

Today, Monday, the Russian authorities announced the imposition of a general self-quarantine system in Saint Petersburg, the second largest city in Prussia, as part of measures to deter the spread of the new Corona virus.

And the Mayor of Saint Petersburg, Alexander Biglov, signed an order on measures to combat Corona virus infection on Monday on the city’s administration website, providing for the imposition of a general self-isolation system until April 5.

The document stipulates that “not leave the place of residence except in cases of urgent medical assistance or the presence of any other direct danger to people’s lives and health, or to go to and from the work site in the event that it is not stopped according to this decree.”

Self-quarantine rules also allow people to leave the house to purchase food commodities, with the aim of caring for domestic animals and disposing of expenses.

Similar measures have previously been taken in the Russian capital, Moscow, which has the largest number of people infected with Coronavirus in the country.

Until today, Monday, 1836 cases of Coronavirus were detected in Russia, including 1226 in Moscow, 119 in the Moscow region and 50 in St. Petersburg, while 9 deaths were recorded.

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