The Mayor's office does not exclude the introduction of permit regime in Moscow
Sources close to the Moscow Mayor's office told Novye Izvestia that the city authorities are carefully studying the issue of establishing a permit regime in the capital.
The introduction of a permit regime, as noted by sources of NI, is considered because some Moscow residents do not observe the general regime of self-isolation, despite the constant information about the need to comply with this regime to reduce the spread of coronavirus infection. However, a decision to tighten the regime has not yet been made.
On Friday, April 10, Deputy Mayor for Social Development Anastasia Rakova said that the number of coronavirus pneumonia in recent days in Moscow has been growing steadily, metropolitan hospitals and ambulances are already working to the limit.
According to Anastasia Rakova, the number of patients with pneumonia has more than doubled compared to the previous week (from 2.6 thousand cases to 5.5 thousand). "Now our hospitals and the ambulance service are working to the limit," said Anastasia Rakova (quoted by RIA Novosti ).
More than 6.5 thousand patients with coronavirus are treated in metropolitan hospitals. At the same time, experts note that the peak incidence has not yet been reached.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin on April 10 also made a statement on the need to minimize all movements within the city. Recall that from April 10, severe fines were imposed in Moscow for drivers who violated the self-isolation regime.