Posted 25 сентября 2020,, 07:10

Published 25 сентября 2020,, 07:10

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

In Moscow, from September 28, quarantine will return for people over 65 years old

In Moscow, from September 28, quarantine will return for people over 65 years old

25 сентября 2020, 07:10
The Moscow authorities will return measures of restrictions for vulnerable categories of citizens due to the growing number of infections with coronavirus and SARS, said Sergei Sobyanin.

- Over the past months, we have learned a lot about the new virus ... Nevertheless, according to doctors, the superposition of two diseases: the common cold and the coronavirus, is very dangerous and can have serious consequences. This is especially true for elderly Muscovites and citizens suffering from chronic diseases, the mayor of the Russian capital pointed out in his blog.

According to Sobyanin's order, from Monday, September 28, citizens over 65 and citizens who suffer from chronic diseases should not leave their homes unnecessarily. Also, working pensioners over 65 and people with chronic diseases are strongly advised to switch to telecommuting or take a vacation. Heads of enterprises were again recommended to transfer as many of their employees as possible to the “remote” format.

Sobyanin again asked Muscovites to observe the mask and glove regime in transport, shops and other public places. He asked the heads of the largest enterprises to return as many workers as possible to the "remote" job.

Earlier, at a meeting with the governors, Russian President Vladimir Putin also drew attention to the need to take measures to protect the health of primarily people of the older generation, "who are at risk of chronic diseases." But he urged to do everything "carefully, proceeding from the real situation in a particular territory," without taking the problem "into the background.

At the same time, Russian experts insist that there is no second wave of coronavirus in the country. Some believe that the increase in the number of detected cases before the second wave "does not reach", and some believe that the first wave is still continuing.