Former head of the Murmansk headquarters of Alexei Navalny, Violetta Grudina, who was forcibly hospitalized for treatment for coronavirus, was detained after leaving the hospital. In her Telegram channel, she toldthat the day before she was tested for COVID-19 and he showed a negative result.
“As soon as I started to leave the hospital, I was detained by a police squad and brought to court under a ‘sanitary article,’” said Grudina.
She was taken to the Oktyabrsky District Court, where she felt bad – the activist has been on a hunger strike for the eighth day. According to her, police officers refused call an ambulance for her, so she called her on her own. The activist said that she was examined in the hospital for two hours, but they refused to be hospitalized, despite her poor performance. She believes the doctors were intimidated. Now the sternum being taken to the court, where they will be interrogated on the “sanitary case”.
In mid-July, the Oktyabrsky District Court of Murmansk satisfied the claim of Rospotrebnadzor for the forced hospitalization of Grudina. According to Rospotrebnadzor, Grudina allegedly violated the self-isolation regime. As the heads of “Agora” notes, on July 12, the ex-head of Navalny’s Murmansk headquarters provided the court with a negative test for COVID-19, and a medical worker invited by Rospotrebnadzor said that she did not need hospitalization, but the court did not take this fact into account.
A criminal case was also initiated against Grudina under the “sanitary article”. The former head of Navalny’s headquarters herself associates such attention of law enforcement agencies and Rospotrebnadzor with the fact that she intends to participate in the election of deputies to the Murmansk City Council.
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