Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova gave an interview in the program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov” on TV channel “Russia 1” and recalled that from the coronavirus often affects the elderly.
Moscow is now more than 3 million pensioners. People over 65 years – 1 million 800 people. The city authorities have expressed hope that they would respect the regime of self-isolation, to be at home, in the best case – in the country, will not visit any public places are not for you to be here, to minimize contact with their grandchildren.
it is Noted that the children were sick with coronavirus COVID-19 very rare, mainly affects older people. But children are carriers of the infection themselves about not knowing.
“We hope that they will respect the ceasefire,” — said the Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova. To exclude the possibility of the free movement of pensioners in Moscow, they have blocked the social card. Then on the morning of March 26, about 63 thousand pensioners tried to pass in the Moscow metro on the blocked cards. This was reported by the capital Department of transportation.
it was Also decided on the provision of elderly one-time financial assistance in the amount of 4 thousand rubles. 2 while thousands have already been transferred to pensioners through Bank cards. And the remaining 2 thousand will be paid later when it is clear that people are not systematically violated the quarantine.