Top Moscow Doctor Positive, Shook Putin’s Hand

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MOSCOW – The chief doctor of Moscow’s top hospital for coronavirus patients says he’s tested positive, a statement that comes a week after his encounter with President Vladimir Putin.

Putin visited the Kommunarka hospital a week ago and met with its chief doctor Denis Protsenko. The doctor says he’s feeling OK and self-isolated in his office.

There was no immediate comment from the Kremlin on whether Putin had undergone a coronavirus test following Protsenko’s announcement.

The president wore a business suit and shook hands with Protsenko before the meeting, drawing a buzz on social networks over his neglect of safety precautions.

Later that day, Putin put on a yellow protective suit and mask to visit the rooms with patients.

On Tuesday, Russia had 500 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the biggest spike since the start of the outbreak. The country has 2,337 cases so far.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. As a murdering tyrant who has killed any vestage of democracy in Russia and rewrote their law so he can be Tsar for life, he is no friend of the Jews. He’s revived the Cossacks and the RussOrtho Church, no friends of the Jews.

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