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The situation with the spread of the coronavirus in Moscow after the lifting of restrictions has not worsened, according to the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. He declared it on air of TV channel “Russia 1” reports owned by Grigory Berezkin RBC.
According to him, many feared second wave of the pandemic and spoke about the premature removal of restrictions. However, these fears were not confirmed.
“Many of them even rubbed the handle: look, prematurely you did, it was not necessary to do this, this is a terrible something. Nothing terrible has happened,” said the mayor.
Earlier Sobyanin urged the capital’s residents to get used to normal life after the lifting of restrictions. According to the mayor, the situation with COVID-19 in the city is improving week by week, nothing bad is currently not happening. Sobyanin added that these concerns are partly true, so you must continue to take precautions.
June 23 in Moscow started the third phase of the lifting of restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus. So, in the capital began to open fitness-clubs, pools, fitness centres, massage parlours and saunas. Also removed restrictions on the operation of kindergartens, including private. To the normal operating mode will return to the institutions of social protection and will be restored passenger navigation on the Moscow river.
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