The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova urged Russians not to visit public places without an “incredible” need. She warned citizens in the Vesti program on the Russia 1 TV channel, reports TASS…
“Today you need to take care of yourself and your loved ones, and you don’t need to go out into public places, if there is no absolutely incredible need for this,” she said.
Also during the interview, Popova announced the deterioration of the situation with COVID-19 in Russia. However, according to her, the lockdown will not need to be introduced if all measures are followed.
Earlier, a Russian professor, allergist, doctor of medical sciences Vera Revyakina called a category of people less often sick with COVID-19. People with allergies are less likely to become infected and get sick with COVID-19, she said.
As of November 19, the number of cases of coronavirus infection in Russia since the beginning of the pandemic exceeded two million and reached 2,015,608. The total number of recoveries is 1,526,656, deaths – 34,850.