The Chechen chief Ramzan Kadyrov is reportedly below medical supervision due to suspected Covid-19, Russian media reported.
Kadyrov flew to Moscow on Wednesday, after presenting flu-like signs, in keeping with the Interfax company, which quoted one other supply.
The 43-year-old chief of Russia’s North Caucasus area has been identified with pneumonia and brought to “one of the best clinics in Moscow” after probably being contaminated by the coronavirus, Baza, an impartial on-line information company reported.
Chechen officers didn’t verify the information. If confirmed, Kadyrov would be the newest high-profile Russian official to contract the sickness.