The increase in the incidence of coronavirus in Moscow is associated with non-compliance with current measures. This was stated by Deputy Mayor Anastasia Rakova.
“No restrictive measures, especially lockdowns, will be introduced,” the curator of the city’s social sphere clarified. “In these conditions, the main burden falls on the medical staff.” Anastasia Rakova also called on Muscovites to maintain social distance, wear masks and gloves and, if possible, reduce social contacts.
Also, the deputy mayor noted that vaccination is the best way to prevent the disease. “The vaccine has proven both its effectiveness and safety, – said Anastasia Rakova. – A developed network of immunization points has been created in Moscow.”
Earlier it was reported that in Moscow, against the background of an increase in the incidence of covid, the control of the glove and mask regime will be strengthened.