Putin has three “disinfection tunnels” to protect him from COVID
Wed, 06/17/2020 – 23:25
Russian President Vladimir Putin has three tunnels for disinfection: one in Novo-Ogaryov, his official residence in the Moscow suburbs, and two others in the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, the Russian news agency reported. RIA News,
Reuters published a video showing how “fine water mist” is sprayed in the tunnel, covering clothing and exposed areas of the face that passes through a disinfectant solution. RIA Novosti noted that anyone who visits Putin will have to go through the tunnel.
The report does not mention the type of disinfectant used. However, in two previous reports, we noted that a solution may be “subtle fog of water and nitrogen” or electrified tap water that produces hypochlorous acid (which is an environmentally friendly disinfectant that kills bacteria and viruses).
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Putin’s tunnels were designed and built by a firm in western Russia. The three were installed in April, as confirmed cases of the virus and deaths exploded nationwide.
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Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for Putin, said that the tunnels were installed in the midst of a pandemic – he noted that restrictions on blocking are removed as cases of illness and mortality decrease.
At some point, these tunnels go to America – they can be seen at the entrance to the stadium.