People in social networks and messengers are perplexed: where is the social distance HERE?
And why in the metro they are fined 5 thousand rubles for a deflated mask, and HERE half of the Uzbek voters lower the gauze below their nose, or even skimp on the mask mode?
In general, is a super-lethal virus acting on them? The one that Moscow Mayor Sobyanin told us about when announcing a lockdown from next week?
And in the end, who will bear CRIMINAL responsibility for organizing a mass event in which every conceivable SANITARY rules are violated? Indeed, against well-known Russian citizens, such criminal cases have been opened and some have already received court sentences ...
And Muscovites are right to notice: after standing in a queue for a couple of hours, Uzbeks, proud of fulfilling their civic duty, will go to their jobs - to cafes and restaurants, taxis, delivery services and construction sites, going to Moscow supermarkets on the way. .. Needless to say, a new "drive" for the coronavirus has emerged in Moscow today?
And here's what is important: in this case it is not necessary to refer to respect for international laws and the status of embassies. Because these rules operate BEYOND the fences and walls of diplomatic missions, and thousands and thousands of violators of sanitary rules in the era of the coronavirus pandemic are on the territory of the Russian Federation and its beautiful capital.
So we are looking forward to new records from the Ministry of Health and the Department of Health, and at the same time - and at least some explanations from the city authorities, Rospotrebnadzor and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
By the way, in the main photo you can clearly see that the police SPECIALLY tightened the queue of those standing by placing iron barriers along the narrow sidewalk. Although elementary logic suggested blocking the street for traffic and maximally expanding the waiting area, having achieved that very social distance, and not DAVKI.
But it seems that these simple thoughts do not enter the heads of the bosses.
And even our own sad experience, when the police created a pandemonium in the Moscow metro, did not teach our generals anything.
By the way, we can show how a queue was organized in Berlin to a free vaccination point. Yes, it stretched for hundreds of meters. But the social distance was respected by everyone and without any objection.
We add that citizens of Uzbekistan who wish to vote also on the territory of Russia, in particular, and in the general consulates in St. Petersburg, Kazan, Vladivostok, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don and Novosibirsk. There are also mobile points that have been created in places of compact residence and enterprises where Uzbeks work.
Attention is drawn to the factor of high manageability in the community of Uzbek migrants, who amicably performing their civic "duty". It is possible that many people came to the elections under duress and the call of official Tashkent. Such high cohesion is a reason to think about how well-organized migrants will behave in the event of serious social conflicts in Russia? In any case, this is no longer a faceless and defenseless mass that can be ignored and should be ignored. And new flows of Uzbek guest workers who have received an amnesty from the Russian authorities will only strengthen this "column".