The media and social networks bypassed the video (Novye Izvestia will not be able to publish it, because it contains swearing), about how in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug the villagers of Seliyarovo drove out an ambulance helicopter of the Disaster Medicine Center, which arrived to pick up a patient with coronavirus.
The villagers accused the doctors that they flew in to bring the coronavirus and chipping to the village, and kill all its inhabitants.
The video shows how, as a result, the aggressive actions of the villagers force the doctors to load the empty box back into the helicopter and take off. People are shouting after them that they take away “their infection on…. and flew away quickly, until their helicopter was burned.
A video of the incident was posted by TikTok user @ bektime85. This account is currently unavailable.
The fact that such incidents are not an accident and not a delirium of an inflamed imagination is perfectly evidenced by the comments to this video, which have appeared in large numbers on the network. Here is just one of them, blogger Anton Bragin:
“...By the way, I already came across information about a year ago that a forester in Siberia found an unbroken, tightly corked bottle filled with ticks near the railway passing through the forest. Possibly infected. This bottle, he suggested, could have been thrown from the window of a passing train, and the expectation was that it would break. But it didn't crash. There is a hybrid war - the fourth world... bacteriological?"
Journalist Pavel Pryanikov quite rightly calls the situation in the country the New Dark Ages:
“But seriously, these are the new 90s. New Dark Ages. As a result, liberal-Chekism from where took the country into operational development and pumping out natural rent in 1999, and will leave it in a new repetition of 1999. History in Russia always runs in circles.
(And the belief of the deep people that doctors "spread the infection themselves" is generally a repetition of the end of the 19th century. Then doctors who came to the village and treated autochthons for cholera were generally killed)..."