Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov revealed that President Vladimir Putin has changed the way of extradition, is refraining from shaking hands, and is practicing telecommuting as much as possible.
This came in response to a press question about whether Putin and all who visited him a week ago, the "Communarca" hospital for treating Corona patients in Moscow, will be subjected to self-isolation, after it was later revealed that the chief doctor of this hospital, Denis Protinsko, had contracted the virus.
"Of course, we take precautions, avoid meetings and try to work as far away as possible. And I tell you on behalf of the president: You see that he also seeks these days to do everything remotely," Peskov said.
Peskov admitted that the rule for conducting a corona revelation test for all of whom Putin meets, was not adhered to during his hospital visit, and said: "We do not know if Dr. Protenko was examined (before that), because he was not already aware of the president's visit," wishing the doctor Speedy recovery.
Earlier, Piskov confirmed that President Putin is undergoing periodic medical tests for the Coronavirus, stressing that his health is good.