Moscow, Russia relaxes epidemic control and cancels mandatory rules for wearing masks and gloves on the streets
Recently, with the decline in newly diagnosed cases of new coronary pneumonia in a single day, the Russian capital Moscow has further relaxed its epidemic control measures.
Moscow Mayor Sobyanin said on the 9th, in conjunction with the recommendations of epidemic prevention experts, the city of Moscow decided to cancel the mandatory rules for wearing masks and gloves on the streets starting from the 13th of this month.
In June, the city of Moscow began to gradually relax the epidemic prevention and control measures. On June 9, Moscow City opened limited public shopping malls, restaurants, parks, tourist attractions and other public places. From July 13, the city’s sports and art schools resumed normal teaching. Public entertainment is allowed in the open air. More public places are allowed to reopen, but the number of visitors cannot exceed 50%of the maximum capacity. Urban life is gradually getting back on track.
Headquarters reporter Zhu Jing:Now walking on the streets of Moscow, you will find that pedestrians wearing masks and gloves have become a minority. Starting from July 13, Moscow no longer requires citizens to wear masks and gloves on the street, but in public transportation, shops and other indoor places, this mandatory provision is still in effect.
The Roman citizen of Moscow:We wear masks for ourselves and our children when we take transportation and enter the store. Normally, the masks are packed in bags. We try to keep social distance and take a walk in a place with few people.
Moscow citizen Roman Roman:The kindergarten is closed, I hope to go to school in autumn, and I’m tired of staying at home.
Moscow citizen Irina:I’m not worried (relaxing the prevention and control measures), because people try to disinfect their hands as much as possible, and they will always wash their hands when they go home and carefully protect their health.
Moscow Mayor Sobyanin:Based on work experience and communication with many experts, doctors, including experts on consumer rights protection and public welfare supervision, we can see that we have passed the peak of the epidemic And there will be no second outbreak in the near future.
At the same time, many experts believe that the risk of outbreaks in Moscow still exists. Citizens should remain vigilant and need to take protective measures in crowded areas. It will take a long time to fully restore their former lives .
Headquarters reporter Zhu Jing:Moscow Mayor Sobyanin said that he will further relax the control of the epidemic and open theaters, movie theaters and other places. Urban life in Moscow is gradually returning to the right track, but hundreds of newly diagnosed cases every day remind people that risks still exist. How to prevent viral infections while returning to normal life will be a challenge for everyone in the future.
(Headquarters reporter Zhu Jing)
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