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Over 200 Chinese students at the university who are staying in Moscow set up a WeChat group. Sun said that no Chinese student in Moscow had been infected with COVID-19 as far as he knows.Sun also said he would not return to China because he is working on his graduation project. Although he is not worried about graduation, which should be in late June, it will probably be postponed.

"I hold a positive attitude toward the Russian government's policies in the upcoming peak time of the outbreak," Sun said. "But still, some locals have a low awareness about the risk of the virus," he added.Sun and his Chinese roommates have stored face masks and dried food cans. Fortunately, online shopping still works in Moscow, so they order fresh vegetables and other groceries every three or four days.Russian President Vladimir Putin extended the nationwide paid holiday to April 30, so that people could stay indoors.

Han Muyao at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute) told the Global Times that he really wants to return to China, but he chose to stay because the school has not announced its exam schedule.Han has been taking online courses since the mid-March and has remained indoors since then.

Roughly 30,000 Chinese students studied at universities in Russia in 2017 and 2018, according to a survey by a Russian institute.

On March 26, Chinese Ambassador to Russia Zhang Hanhui held an online meeting with Chinese student representatives. Zhang said the embassy will work with local government departments to solve difficulties students may have with daily living, studying, and security.It also released instructions online on how people could make their own masks.

The new rules came as India's official number of cases rose above 6,200, including 184 deaths.Experts said authorities need to test more to determine how widely the highly infectious disease has spread in the world's second-most populous country.

The nationwide lockdown was imposed from March 25 for 21 days, with residents permitted to leave their homes only for essential services such as buying groceries and medicine.But the number of cases has continued to rise, with officials blaming a large religious gathering in March where thousands of people congregated for at least 30 percent of patients.