All Muscovites with ARVI will be sent for self-isolation
From April 22, residents of Moscow, who have symptoms of coronavirus, colds, and other acute respiratory diseases, are required to observe the regime of self-isolation.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin made the next changes, tightening the high-alert mode. The mayor signed the decree on him on March 5. The new decree instructs everyone living in the capital to observe self-isolation in the event of the first manifestations of not only coronavirus infection, but also colds and SARS.
You can leave a cold with a cold, but only in order to get medical help. Those who live with people with suspected coronavirus can also leave their homes for domestic needs - for example, to a store, throw out trash, walk their pet.
Recall that earlier the Ministry of Health recommended that doctors consider all cases of acute respiratory viral infections as a suspicion of a coronavirus infection.
The fact that SARS symptoms will be considered the basis for testing Muscovites at COVID-19, said the deputy mayor of the capital for social development Anastasia Rakova. According to her, citizens will receive instructions on mandatory self-isolation for 14 days. At the same time, catching cold Muscovites and residents of the region will be provided with free medicines, as well as those who are treated for coronavirus at home.