Victory over the COVID-19 pandemic is close. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin stated this in his personal blog…
The mayor said about the approach of victory, speaking about the program for the reconstruction of Moscow clinics, adopted in 2019 – he said that the project was not stopped due to the coronavirus. In total, the program includes 135 buildings, most of which were built 40-60 years ago.
“Victory over the pandemic is close, and then such things as the ability to be examined closer to home and the comfort of seeing a doctor will again become important for patients,” Sobyanin said.
In Moscow, due to the epidemiological situation, mass New Year’s festivities have been canceled, the ban is planned to be extended to major Christmas events. On November 13, a ban on the work of restaurants, cafes and clubs at night began in the capital – they will stop working at 23:00 and resume at 06:00. At night, establishments will be able to serve customers to take out and issue orders to couriers. The measures will be in effect until January 15th.
According to the headquarters, over the last 24 hours in Moscow from coronavirus cured 5836 patients, died – 77. According to the latest data, 533,068 cases of COVID-19 were detected in the capital. In Russia, as of November 19, the number of cases of coronavirus infection 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.