Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on Tuesday urged the Interior Ministry to work out tougher measures for people breaking the mandatory quarantine rule amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A draft of the measures should be submitted for approval by Wednesday, he said at a daily briefing in Moscow.

The move followed the complaint of Russia’s principal sanitary officer Anna Popova who said people placed in quarantine violate the rules, leaving the place of isolation without facing any consequences.

The premier also instructed the Digital Development Ministry to create by March 27 a mobile phone-based system to track citizens who came

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