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In the mass violation of Muscovites mode isolation at the may holidays there will be a new surge in the incidence of COVID-19. This warned the chief of capital management of Rospotrebnadzora Elena Andreeva in an interview with TV channel “Moscow 24” reports “Interfax”.
New increase in morbidity will be visible by June 1, said Andreev. According to her, this time “the city is going to return to a normal life.” For a more rapid return to normal life “must be patient”, she added.
As explained by Andreev, the authorities hoped that may will be a peak time after which it will gradually remove all restrictions. She added that in Moscow there is a smooth increase in the incidence of coronavirus in the range of 5-6 percent on the day. A sharp rise was averted through the timely introduction of the regime of isolation and movement control, she said.
Earlier, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that a decision on the issue of withdrawal of the Russians from the regime’s isolation will be made after the may holidays. According to the representative of the Kremlin, Putin “understands that you have no strength to bear this self-isolation”, but urged to see out in this mode the rest of the week before they will decide on a phased withdrawal. 2
On 8 April, Putin announced that the period of holidays in Russia will last until may 11, initially, they were entered until April 30. 6,7 and 8 may, which was supposed to be the working days between may holidays, declared with pay.
For the last day in Moscow coronavirus identified in 3093 people, the total number of infected was 53 739. Only in Russia of 30 April was 106 498 cases in all 85 regions of the country.
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