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Russian regions should cancel the restrictive measures imposed because of the spread of the coronavirus, with no possibility of return. In this context, decisions about mitigation should be based on whether the situation with COVID-19 in the region is stable, said Deputy Prime Minister and Deputy Chairman of the coordination Council for combating coronavirus Tatyana Golikova at a press briefing at the government House, reports TASS.
“Now, the regions are still moving to the direction of removing restrictions: someone braver, someone more slowly. And it is important that they are taking such decisions, after all, took them from what is really the situation is stable, and will not return to restrictive measures”, — said Golikova.
According to the latest data, only in Russia was 387 623 cases COVID-19, the last day found 8 572 cases. Most infected in Moscow. The total number of Muscovites with the coronavirus as of may 29, has risen to 175 829.
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