The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin announced the beginning of screening in the capital on coronavirus, and some Muscovites have already sent out invitations for tests. How was the procedure, the radio station “Moscow speaking” said the townsman, Peter Shebaldin.

According to him, the message sent to his email. In the letter it was specified that he was randomly selected from among residents of Moscow and indicated the free time in the recording for testing.

Shebaldin went to the 107-th urban polyclinic, which was previously assigned by place of residence. On arrival he was informed that there are some technical problems in the program and have to wait a bit. “But in the end took a test and hope all will be well,” said the Muscovite.

The man was interested in trying if the doctors find in his body of the antibodies to the virus or find out if he’s infected or infection. However, in the clinic to answer this question Muscovite and could not. “They honestly admit — the first day. In the message, which came in the mail, says that an absolute guarantee, these tests still do not give”, — he said.

Thus, according to Shevaldina, record on screening for COVID-19 was dense. In addition, at the entrance to the clinic visitors were given protective masks and gloves, which all formed. “Keep half a meter impossible in a conventional clinic. I wouldn’t say it was pandemonium, but a man of six or seven was,” the man explained.

It is noted that at the moment is not solved how the Muscovites would send them the test results. The man said that most likely will send a message to a personal account on the portal

As of may 15, in Moscow recorded 4748 new cases of infection with coronavirus. Since the beginning of the epidemic has infected 135 464. For the entire period know about 1358 deaths and about 24 562 patients who have fully recovered.

14 may it was reported that residents of Moscow EN masse will be tested for immunity to coronavirus. testing will take place including the employees of medical institutions, organizations of housing and communal services, law enforcement agencies and transport companies.