Navalny’s cellmates have tuberculosis
Alexei Navalny himself has a fever and signs of a respiratory illness.
Inmates of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny were diagnosed with tuberculosis. About it informs RBC on Monday, April 5.
Navalny himself ended up in the medical unit of the colony with a fever and symptoms of illness.
“During the planned prophylactic medical examination, the convict showed signs of a respiratory illness, including a high temperature,” the Federal Penitentiary Service said.
The FSIN also claims that they took all the necessary tests from Navalny, in particular, for COVID-19.
Previously, Navalny complained that his temperature rose to 38.1 degrees and a severe cough developed. He added that three out of 15 people in his unit were recently diagnosed with tuberculosis.