the Schedule of the walks, introduced for Muscovites from June 1, only at first sight seems strange, but in fact this measure will allow to avoid congestion of people in one place and reduce the risk of infection of the coronavirus, said head of counseling and prevention branch of the SDS room 1 DZM, infectious diseases doctor Irina Ivanova.
“to Walk in the fresh air is very useful. From 1 June we will have the opportunity, however, despite the easing of the isolation regime, it is necessary to continue to adhere to certain rules,” warned the medic, the words which leads TASS.
Ivanov said Monday, June 1, opened the city’s parks and during walks is especially important to keep your distance. The doctor recalled that infection is often transmitted through airborne droplets: coughing, sneezing, talking with an infected person at a very close distance. In addition, a contact transfer path during the handshake and other types of direct contact and through food, surfaces and objects, which is the virus.
“Coronavirus infection may be asymptomatic; man, not knowing that she was sick, conveys the virus to other people. Therefore, the main hygienic measures of prevention are aimed at preventing contact with healthy people containing the virus particles of the secretions of the sick person,” said infectious disease.
Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova said yesterday that from June 1 to the decree of the mayor Sergei Sobyanin resolved the long-awaited walking and exercise, however, with great restraint. So, exercise in the fresh air every day, but only until 9 am. And walking is permitted from 9 am to 9 PM, but only three times a week. This is done to prevent simultaneous accumulation of a large number of people on public property.