Most of the restrictions were lifted in the capital in January and February.
"Most likely, the remaining restrictions can be canceled in the spring. Perhaps some precautions, for example, a mask mode in the subway or restriction of mass events, will have to be maintained longer", - TASS quoted Sobyanin as saying.
The mayor pointed out that the situation, first of all, depends on the rate of vaccination and the formation of herd immunity.
To date, over 700 thousand people have already been vaccinated. Every day 10-15 thousand citizens are vaccinated. According to the Moscow government, antibodies are now developed in 42-43% of Moscow residents.
The situation with the epidemic in the capital is gradually improving, says Sergey Sobyanin.
It's worth reminding that, starting from March 8, the self-isolation regime for people over 65 and suffering from chronic diseases has been canceled in Moscow.