The mayor urged Muscovites to keep a two-meter distance due to coronavirus

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www.vsyako.netSergey Calanipeda: Sergey Kiselev / The Agency “Moscow”

Moscow residents should keep a two-meter distance from each other in connection with the spread of the coronavirus in the capital. This called the mayor Sergei Sobyanin on Sunday, March 29, on its website.

“We have to behave like in a queue at the ATM, where it is considered rude to get too close and into the neighbor across the shoulder, — wrote the mayor. — Safe distance of 1.5-2 meters from each other.”

The mayor also recommended that the shops and the pharmacies that continue to operate, it is possible to make a special layout for visitors to make it easier to comply with the required safe distance.

He noted that in Moscow, according to the geotargeting of mobile phones, two-thirds of subscribers over 65 years of age comply with the prescribed regime of self-isolation. However, every fifth pensioner-Muscovite all-this made big trip.

The mayor also said that the situation with the spread of the coronavirus in Moscow moved to a new stage of cases becomes greater.

According to March 29, in Russia the number of people with suspected coronavirus has increased to 182.7 thousand. Before this figure was much lower — of 166.7 thousand people. That’s how much the Russians are now under medical supervision.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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