Moscow Goes 'High Alert', Threatens 5 Years In Jail For Breaking Self-Quarantine | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Moscow Goes 'High Alert', Threatens 5 Years In Jail For Breaking Self-Quarantine

Though Russia thus far hasn't been as hard hit as other large countries, with 17 now confirmed out of a population of 145 million — among those likely are some initially evacuated from the epicenter in Wuhan province, China — authorities are not taking any chances, enacting extreme measures to prevent the spread.

The city government of Moscow has as of Sunday imposed a “high alert regime” of mandatory self-quarantine for those that have recently visited foreign countries with an infected population. The penalty for such designated citizens if they leave their homes and break the quarantine is up to five years in jail, Moscow city hall has threatened.

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