Vladimir Putin’s house has a disinfectant tunnel to protect against coronavirus

The crossing facility was built in Putin’s Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow. During the epidemic of the Russian leader Covid-19, he mostly worked from home through videoconferencing and only had a few face-to-face meetings.

The tunnel is designed to disinfect anyone passing through the TIA report with “thin water fog”.

The agency said the announcement about the installation of the tunnel was made by Ivan Belozertsev, governor of the Penza region of Russia.

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The technology was developed by a local company called Motor Technologies, which combines washing equipment for cars and industrial applications, Belozertsev said.

In April, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that everyone who meets the Russian president will be tested for the coronavirus, and all such appointments will be in place with social distances.

Peskov In May, he was hospitalized with Covid-19. Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, Culture Minister Olga Lyubimova and Housing Minister Vladimir Yakushev previously tested positive for the virus.

Russia has recorded the third largest cases of coronavirus globally. According to the Johns Hopkins University installment, it reported more than 550,000 infections and 7,400 deaths.

Observers are also missing report death figures from deadly disease.
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