Former Russian tennis player Yevgeny Kafelnikov has criticized the plans of the Moscow authorities for the introduction of admission due to pandemic coronavirus. The city authorities intend to track the movement of citizens from using the software for smartphones.
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“If you are willing to wear an e-collar, I never their freedom would not give to anyone,” wrote Kafelnikov on Twitter.
If you are willing to “wear an e-collar,”I never their freedom would not give to anyone????
— Yevgeny Kafelnikov (@KYevgeni) April 10, 2020
In the first phase, the permit system will be introduced for travel to work. On the second – to travel for other purposes. In the third stage, if need be, the movement inside area. The permit system will be of a declarative nature. But city officials reserve the right to verify the accuracy of reported information.
Yevgeny Kafelnikov is the most decorated player in the history of Russia. The first of the Russian tennis players won the Grand slam in singles (Roland Garros, 1996) and became the first racket of the world in may 1999.
the winner of the Australian Open (1999), Olympic champion (2000), winner of the Davis Cup (2002), for a career earned nearly $ 24 million in prize money.