April 17, rush hour: Seems that the wind blew the Muscovites away from the subway
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April 17, rush hour: Seems that the wind blew the Muscovites away from the subway

17 April , 11:04CityPhoto: Новые Известия
At 9 am, that is, at the peak hour by the capital standards, the correspondent "NI" used the metro to go to the polyclinic. And what an incredible picture was discovered - Muscovites, who on April 15 were storming the Sobyanin's "checkpoints", seemed to be blown away by the wind!
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But the reason is simple: no one today checks any “verifications” and passes. And еру spindlelegs in uniform do not create artificial congestion because of this.

Вход в метро утром 15 апреля
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Frightened by yesterday's coronavirus apocalypse, the city government backed off.

It is understandable: the number of Muscovites infected in the metro and at its approaches is estimated at many thousands. And to assume the opposite means to refute the whole concept of quarantine and self-isolation, which involves the instant infection of people in confined and confined spaces without observing social distance. What we saw on Wednesday morning.

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“The coming weeks will be difficult for Moscow, because this period will most likely have a peak in incidence.” Deputy Mayor Anastasia Rakova said in her video address today, adding that ... “How Moscow will cope with the pandemic depends not only on from health workers, but also from decisions of the authorities and citizens' awareness of compliance with the rules. "

It is really interesting what authorities wrong and stupid decisions - like pushing civilians into the police chariots - Rakova talked about?...

As for the consciousness of citizens, it (consciousness), as we see, is quite on the good level. And arranging the apotheosis of a dumb police force is not at all the necessary thing in order this level would grow.

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