The city authorities do not plan to introduce serious restrictions in the fall and winter in the event of a worsening epidemiological situation in the metropolis. This was announced at the Moscow Financial Forum on Tuesday, September 8, by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
According to him, with the increase in the incidence of COVID-19 and the complication of the situation, restrictions in the economy and movement in the capital should be minimal, TASS notes. “At the same time, it is necessary to observe the measures, restrictions that doctors require,” the mayor added.
As it became known earlier on Tuesday, over the past day, another 1,250 patients have recovered from coronavirus in Moscow, during the entire period of the epidemic, doctors have cured over 223 thousand people.
On September 5, Sobyanin said that mass vaccination against coronavirus in the city is planned at the end of this year – early next. The day before, the first batch of coronavirus vaccine arrived at three polyclinics in the capital – No. 2, 220 and 62.
The world’s first COVID-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, was registered in Russia on August 11.
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