The badges worn by the MPs appear to be the so-called ‘virus stoppers.’ The manufactures of those devices insist that they protect the wearer from getting infected by releasing chlorine dioxide within a 1-meter radius to change the structure of the proteins of viruses and make them inactive. They’re currently sold online by Russian pharmacies for less than 900 rubles (around $12).
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