2 Russians escape coronavirus quarantine; 1 jumped out window, the other one short-circuited the magnetic lock to escape

A young St. Petersburg woman (physics/math graduate) broke out of coronavirus quarantine by short-circuiting the magnetic lock to her containment room and sneaking out of hospital. She claims she wasn’t sick and was held against her will. Her Instagram video:

via twitter.com

According to foxnews.com

Two women being quarantined in Russian hospitals amid the coronavirus outbreak escaped after complaining of dire conditions upon their return from China, where the virus originated and has killed more than 1,100 people and sickened more than 45,000 others.

One patient jumped out of a hospital window and another disabled an electronic lock in order to flee their isolation. Both had complained of uncooperative doctors, lax protocol and poor conditions, and feared they would become infected.

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