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Former chief sanitary doctor of Russia Gennady Onishchenko called the safest place on the planet during a pandemic coronavirus. His words on Wednesday, June 24, leads Life Shot.
According to Onishchenko, this is the Red square in Moscow on the eve of the Victory parade. As noted by the expert, due to the fact that all the participants of the parade were checked for infection, and present in the stands of the veterans have passed the period of compulsory isolation.
Earlier in the Kremlin said that the decision of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin to hold a Victory parade in Moscow June 24, based on the steady positive dynamics at the end of the epidemic of the coronavirus.
The parade traditionally was held on 9 may, but was first postponed indefinitely due to the spread in Russia of coronavirus. At the end of may, Putin appointed June 24, the new date of the event.
The parade is expected despite the ongoing epidemic, will visit veterans of the great Patriotic war. It was reported that they will bring to the Red square in disinfected transport, and seated two chairs apart.
Video, photo All from Russia.