She Golikovoj: Gleb Schelkunov / Kommersant
Moscow region shows a serious downward trend in the incidence of COVID-19. About it said Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Chairman of the coordination Council for combating coronavirus Tatyana Golikova, reports TASS on Friday, may 29.
Golikova has underlined that the downward trend in new cases coronavirus observed, “despite the fact that the number of tests is significantly growing.”
She added that in the future the rate of decline of zarahemla cov will depend entirely on compliance with Russians of infection prevention measures.
On 27 may the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin announced the second phase of easing restrictions on 1 June. In particular, Monday
will start work on stores, shops and domestic services, and local residents will be able to walk on schedule. In the capital, tightened mask mode, and the mode of isolation is extended to June 14. In the suburbs is also planned to ease measures imposed from the spread of coronavirus. In particular, since June 1, will be opened parks.
For the last day in the capital revealed 2332 cases of infection with coronavirus infection. The total number of Muscovites with the coronavirus has increased to 175 829. Total in Russia, according to the latest data, was 387 623 cases COVID-19.
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