Russian citizens arriving from abroad will have stay at home until they receive COVID-19 test results


Russian citizens arriving from abroad will have to stick to self-isolation regime until they receive a negative test for COVID-19.

Those who arrive to Russia without a negative test for coronavirus will have to do it within three days. Previously, Rospotrebnadzor did not specify where exactly those who returned from abroad should stay between having a test and receiving its results. The new decree No. 27 of the Chief State Sanitary Physician, Anna Popova, clarifies that Russian citizens arriving from abroad by plane, will have to isolate themselves at home until they receive the results of laboratory testing for COVID-19 by PCR method. 


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