“Stay Home for 15 days or Go to jail for five years, Did Russian president Vladimir Putin given such a statement? The Answer is: No Russian president Vladimir Putin didn’t given any such kind of statement. However, Putin had urged Russian citizens to stay indoors and avoid public gatherings in order to prevent Coronavirus from spreading.
The Picture became viral on social media was fake with false captions linking to the Statement of Vladimir Putin and fabricated and shared by a social media page in order to make fun and give a message of social distancing amid Coronavirus risks.
An interesting situation appeared on social media platforms when thousands of social media users started sharing the pictures of Russian president quoting the statement of Vladimir Putin “Russian citizens stay home for 15 days or go to jail for five years.”
A social media user shared on his Twitter account. His tweet reads “Vladimir Putin has given Russians two options. You stay at home for 2 weeks or you go to jail for 5years. No middle ground.”
Another Twitter user quoted a similar statement. His tweet reads as below.
Russian President Putin’s statement regarding Covid-19: Russian citizen has two options:
Stay home for 15 days or in Jail for five years. End of the statement.
Even a Russian citizen ‘Dagny Delinquent’ also shared that she and her fellow citizens are told to stay home or go to jail for five years. See her tweet, below.
The statement “Stay home For 15 days or go to jail for five years” related to Russian President Vladimir Putin became viral on social media around the globe and hundreds of people were sharing this statement and asking the same order in their country in order to stop Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread.
Even Pakistani show biz celebrities Mehwish Hayat and Veena Malik also quoted the statement of Vladimir Putin “Stay home for 15 days or go to jail for five years.”
Pakistani film star Mehwish Hayat on Saturday praised Russian President Vladimir Putin for the measures he has reportedly introduced to stop people from spreading coronavirus.
Taking to her Instagram stories, Mehwish shared a screenshot of a message that read: “Putin has stated: Russian citizens has 2 options; Stay home for 15 days or in jail for 5 years. The statement is over”.
Following others, Actress and social media activist Veena Malik also shared the same statement related to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
However, the veracity of this statement hasn’t confirmed from any International News agency or by Russian media. After digging deep into the viral caption “Stay home For 15 days or go to jail for five years” linked to Vladimir Putin, we found that the photo and the caption was generated by a Facebook page in order to make fun and create fantasy among social media users.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said this week his country managed to stop the mass spread of coronavirus and that the situation was “under control,” thanks to early and aggressive measures to keep more people from getting the disease.
According to information released by Russian officials, Putin’s strategy seems to have worked. The number of confirmed Russian coronavirus cases is surprisingly low, despite Russia sharing a lengthy border with China and recording its first case back in January.
The numbers are picking up, but Russia — a country of 146 million people — has fewer confirmed cases than Luxembourg, with just 253 people infected. Luxembourg, by contrast, has a population of just 628,000, according to the CIA World Factbook, and by Saturday had reported 670 coronavirus cases with eight deaths.
Russia’s early response measures — such as shutting down its 2,600-mile border with China as early as January 30, and setting up quarantine zones — may have contributed to the delay of a full-blown outbreak, some experts say.
This week the numbers have surged, with Russia adding 30 to 50 cases every day, and the count will most likely continue its upward trajectory as Russia expands its testing. Nevertheless, the local representative for the WHO says Russia is still doing relatively well, as the country tracks cases with epidemiological links to travel or family transmission.
On Saturday morning, Rospotrebnadzor released a figure potentially more concerning than the number of confirmed cases — 36,540 people are being monitored for possible coronavirus.
Meanwhile, the government moved to impose more sweeping measures, canceling public events and closing Russia’s borders to foreigners, with some exceptions.