The actress wanted to rent a house in order to isolate herself outside the city, but the prices of the landlords greatly surprised her
Ekaterina Rokotova, known for her roles in the TV series Mata Hari and High Stakes, decided to leave Moscow and wait out the quarantine outside the city after several coronavirus cases were found in the house where she lives. But finding a place to live was not an easy task:
“Those who rent out their houses have decided to cash in on it: people raise prices and do not negotiate. And some require payment for a year in advance”,
- the actress admitted on her Instagram account. And she added that it would be better to stay at her dacha, where she left with a supply of food and her beloved dog.
“The situation is developing every day more and more rapidly, it is impossible to predict what will happen tomorrow and what will happen in a day. But from the experience of the rest of the world, we see that this will not end in the coming days. Yes, I don't have any schedules or clear plans. You can return at any time. But while I got into my car, I took Fly, and we drove away. And I recommend everyone, whenever possible, either go to country houses, or stay in apartments without leaving them for no apparent reason,”
- Rokotova comments on the situation.