All the peaks coronavirus infection in Moscow behind and nothing horrible after the next lifting of restrictions in the capital did not happen. About how city officials estimate the current situation, told the TV channel “Russia 1” the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
From June 23 to Moscow, entered into the third phase of the lifting of restrictions imposed earlier because of the situation with coronavirus COVID-19. Resumed work the inner halls, restaurants, fitness centers, kindergartens, became available for urban infrastructure for sports and recreation.
According to Sobyanin, a “rubbing their hands”, said that the restrictions are cancelled prematurely, and that “something terrible.”
“Nothing terrible has happened, said the mayor. — Passed all these peaks. Were a situation where there was extreme danger that we will again rise to the top.”
For the last week in Moscow decreased the number of newly identified infected, reduced the number of hospitalized, critically ill patients, in particular being on artificial lung ventilation. The situation, according to the mayor, is improving week by week.
“Now, many are psychologically resistant to openness, — said Sobyanin. — It seems so unusual and even risky, which is partly true, of course. But you have to get used to normal life. Of course, it is necessary to keep the precautionary measures prescribed by the sanitary doctors.”