Moscow deports 88 foreigners for violating coronavirus quarantine

Moscow authorities have deported 88 foreign nationals who violated quarantine measures imposed on them as a precaution against coronavirus, the RIA news agency cited Moscow’s deputy mayor as saying on Friday.

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Hundreds of people have been quarantined in Russia to stop the virus spreading. Moscow authorities have carried out raids on potential carriers of the virus – individuals at their homes or hotels – and used facial recognition technology to enforce quarantine measures.


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