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‘Coronavirus doesn’t exist!’ Moscow man BUSTS UP Covid-19 test lab, terrorizes staff & visitors (VIDEO)

‘Coronavirus doesn’t exist!’ Moscow man BUSTS UP Covid-19 test lab, terrorizes staff & visitors (VIDEO)
A Moscow laboratory offering coronavirus tests to the city's residents has had its premises ransacked and staff frightened by an apparent Covid-denier. The aftermath of the rampage was caught on film.

The troublemaker targeted a Gemotest clinic in southeast Moscow. Described as a “tanned man clad in a leather jacket” by the media, he burst into the building on Sunday, pushing aside visitors and medical staff.

Yelling ‘coronavirus doesn’t exist’, he started trashing the lab’s interior. Footage of the aftermath was published by the Telegram channel Mash. A man on the video can be heard saying: “If I come back and you’re still here, I’ll kill you."

The Gemotest branch's procedure room appeared to have suffered the most damage, with scenes of destruction and chaos being caught on camera in the aftermath. Frightened staff are seen trying to call security, with the cries of female visitors – or nurses – being heard in the background.

According to the TASS news agency, citing police, the man was detained. No one suffered any injuries during the incident.

Also on rt.com Moscow deaths from Covid-19 halved in July compared to previous month, down 68% on May – city health department

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