A court in St. Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia, has a woman in their 30s.

After traveling to China, she was suspected of having corona19 and was isolated from a hospital before leaving the hospital.

The woman was told that she would be quarantined for about a day at the hospital, but she was told to leave the hospital the next day after she knew she had to be quarantined for 14 days.

He said it was terrible because there were no books, shampoo or Wi-Fi in the hospital's quarantine, and the hospital didn't empty the trash.

It is known that the electronic lock on the hospital entrance is broken by a short circuit.

[Ala Illina / Hospital Escape Russians: The health authorities are insisting that I isolate them because they pose a threat to others. As you can see, nobody, including health care representatives, is wearing masks or special protective gear.]

This woman was negative on her first screening.

But Russian health officials demanded re-entry, saying the woman was not screened and did not receive a final negative judgment.

[St. Petersburg / Health officials: These measures are just protections against the spread of new viruses in the city.]

Russian courts accepted the claim of the health authorities and ruled the reinstatement of the woman.

In Russia, patients who have been quarantined for suspected corona19 have fled the hospital.

In addition to this woman, three escaped and two returned voluntarily.

So far, two Chinese have been confirmed as confirmed in Corona19, and the Russian couple who were aboard a cruise ship, Diamond Princess, in the port of Yokohama, Japan.