[Ed. – At least one was apparently reluctant to toe the government line on a virus-related policy move. Like China, not a good place to have better-than-average knowledge of what’s going on with the virus.]
A doctor at an ambulance unit in Russia’s western Voronezh region is in serious condition after falling from a hospital window following complaints that he was forced to work even after testing positive for COVID-19, the third such case in the country in recent days. …
Shulepov was hospitalized on April 22 for the virus, but was scheduled to be released after his latest COVID-19 test came back negative.
On the same day he was admitted, Shulepov and colleague Aleksandr Kosyakin issued a video complaining that even after testing positive, their boss was forcing Shulepov and his colleagues to work together.
Three days later, Shulepov retracted his initial statement, …
Shulepov is the third physician in Russia to fall out of a window amid mysterious circumstances during the coronavirus outbreak.
On May 1, Yelena Nepomnyashchaya, the acting chief physician at a hospital for war veterans in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia, died after falling from a window of her fifth-floor office a week earlier.