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Video: A Criminal Case Has Been Initiated Against The Chief Infectious Disease Specialist Of Stavropol Territory
A criminal case has been initiated against the chief infectious disease specialist of Stavropol Territory
Earlier it was reported that Irina Sannikova, who returned from vacation in Spain, continued to give lectures to students of the StSMU, having contracted the coronavirus. The proceedings were started under the articles "Concealment of information about circumstances posing a danger to human life or health" and "Negligence" of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
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According to the ICR, Sannikova hid the fact of her trip to Spain from the leadership and continued her professional activities instead of 2 weeks of self-isolation. On March 17, the woman became ill and was hospitalized. Doctors diagnosed her with COVID-2019.
It is noteworthy that two days after Sannikova's hospitalization, the media learned about the first case of coronavirus in the region, but the name of the patient was not disclosed. Later it became known that we are talking about the main infectious disease specialist of the Stavropol Territory Irina Sannikova.
The Governor of Stavropol, Vladimir Vladimirov, in his Instagram called the doctor irresponsible and promised to "ask her" when she recovers. It is reported that Sannikova admitted her guilt.
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