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n 95 face masks, The lawsuit is clearly aimed to discourage other people from following her lead. The St. Petersburg branch of Rospotrebnadzor did not respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press on the effectiveness of the ruling, given that Ilyina has already roamed free for almost 10 days after escaping. She reportedly was staying at her St. Petersburg apartment during that time. Last week, at least three other people in quarantine for possible coronavirus infection fled the same St. Petersburg hospital.

n 95 face masks - VIRUS TRIGGERS CHINA TO DESTROY, QUARANTINE CASH IN HOTSPOTS, REPORTS SAY Two of them have since returned while the third — a woman named Anna Rybakova, according to media reports — remains at large. Rospotrebnadzor has filed a lawsuit to bring Rybakova back to the hospital as well, and a hearing on that is scheduled for Wednesday. Matthew Smith explains why he turned down the opportunity to return to the U.S. on a State Department-chartered flight from Yokohama, Japan. The chief of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, announced Monday that health officials were looking into introducing “harsher responsibility” for patients who violated quarantine rules and “stricter quarantine protocols.”

n 95 face masks, Russia has seen only two cases of the COVID-19 disease caused by the virus, two Chinese citizens who have been treated and released. Still, Russian authorities have taken vast measures to prevent its spread, including hospitalizing hundreds of people who returned from China as a precaution. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has also said that Russia may start deporting foreigners infected with the virus. The virus, which emerged in central China in December, has infected more than 71,000 people, killing 1,770 patients in mainland China and five others elsewhere.

n 95 face masks - Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel discusses the spreading of the coronavirus and the health concerns involved. Nearly a thousand Jews at the Western Wall in Jerusalem prayed for a cure to combat the coronavirus outbreak that has killed 1,770 people. Orthodox rabbis joined Jewish congregants, including dozens of Chinese citizens in Israel, as they gathered Sunday at Judaism's holiest site seeking divine intervention, as Chinese authorities report an uptick in cases linked to the COVID-19 virus, which was first detected late last year.

n 95 face masks - BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF STRENGTHENING JEWISH IDENTITY FOR THE NEXT GENERATION “Millions and millions of people are going through tremendous suffering in China and outside China,” Rabbi Avi Berman, executive director of the Israeli branch of the Orthodox Union, told The Jerusalem Post. “As Jews, we believe that God has the power to send healing. We are not doctors, but we can pray.” A man wears a face mask as he visits the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem's old city, Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)