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mascarillas coronavirus, One of the women published a lengthy Instagram post describing her ordeal. She said her son came down with a cough and fever days after returning to their home in Samara. The boy was diagnosed with a respiratory infection and tested at a hospital for the coronavirus. The boy responded to treatment but his test results had been delayed for several days, she said. She accused doctors of obstructing her when she pressed for information about her son. On her fifth day in the hospital, she took a home pregnancy test, which came out positive.

mascarillas coronavirus - She argued with doctors, saying she and her son should be released because of the pregnancy and concerns of becoming infected. The doctor said they had to be held for 14 days. She was later questioned by police at home after her escape. No charges have been reported. “Everyone in my family is alive and healthy, thank God,” she wrote. A medical staffer works with test systems for the diagnosis of coronavirus, at the Krasnodar Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology microbiology lab in Krasnodar. (AP Photo)

mascarillas coronavirus, CHINESE MAN COVERS HIMSELF IN GASOLINE WHILE STRAPPED TO FIRECRACKERS AFTER CORONAVIRUS CANCELS BIRTHDAY BASH: REPORT The other woman, Alla Ilyina, also made an Instagram post saying she came down with a sore throat after returning to St. Petersburg from Hainan. She was taken to a hospital and was told she would be released in 24 hours. She said she tested negative for the virus the next day. “All three tests showed I was completely healthy, so why the hell the quarantine?” Ilyina wrote.

mascarillas coronavirus - She complained of no Internet, books, shampoo and that her wastebasket was never emptied. She figured out how to short-circuit the electronic lock to her room and escaped from the hospital Friday. The Fontanka newspaper published a video Wednesday reportedly recorded by other patients quarantined in the same hospital Ilyina fled from. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP The footage shows two young women in what appears to be a patient room singing: “I want to be like Alla [Ilyina]” and a handwritten note saying “Let us out of here, please.”

mascarillas coronavirus - Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on A cruise ship that was turned away by four Asian governments over concerns its passengers could be infected by the coronavirus docked in Cambodia Thursday morning. The more than 2,220 passengers and crew aboard the MS Westerdam anchored less than a mile from the main Sihanoukville port and will undergo health screenings before being allowed to disembark. U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia W. Patrick Murphy tweeted Wednesday that Cambodia authorized the ship to dock at the port after the ship had been rejected by Thailand, the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan