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Patients of a quarantined drug dispensary staged a riot in Chita

Patients of a quarantined drug dispensary staged a riot in Chita
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In Chita, patients at the regional drug dispensary, which is quarantined due to the coronavirus, went on a hunger strike and were about to leave the institution without permission. The riot had to suppress the chief physician with the support of the Russian Guard.

As EastRussia was told in the press service of the Ministry of Health of the Trans-Baikal Territory, patients previously refused to receive treatment for coronavirus. The leader of the disorder was one of the regular patients of the drug dispensary. Negotiations with the rebels were conducted by the head physician Oleg Dubinin, in the end he managed to persuade patients to remain isolated until the results of the tests were obtained.

Samples are in the bacteriological laboratory and will be ready on Friday, May 8. Now in one of the buildings of the drug dispensary in quarantine are 33 people. Measures taken since April 17 there registered five cases of coronavirus. Subsequently, there were more patients.

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