To prevent the spread of the coronavirus in Russia it is important to calculate and consider all risks. About Vladimir Putin said at a meeting on sanitary-epidemiological situation in the country.

Given the possible risks, according to Vladimir Putin, will allow to prepare ahead of time, so that even in conditions of high load, hospital and clinics worked steadily, and the citizens received quality health care, as emergency and planned.

“And of course, everything must be done to the expense of preventive, proactive measures to try to avoid re-introducing the restrictions, the more formidable for schools, kindergartens, universities, businesses and organizations can operate safely in the normal, usual people mode”, — said Vladimir Putin.

To date, the epidemiological situation in Russia is gradually improving, said Tatyana Golikova, the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia: “Daily growth rate for the past several days is 0.7%. The mortality rate from COVID-19 during the entire period remains at a low level”.

to prevent new outbreaks of the disease in autumn-winter period, according to her, it is planned to conduct the testing and other preventive measures.

the prevalence of coronavirus infection in the capital also show a positive trend, noted in his turn Sergei Sobyanin.

to identify patients with a diagnosis of “coronavirus infection” helps extensive system testing. Daily in Moscow is carried out 70 thousand tests, PCR and ELISA. For residents of the capital this procedure is completely free. To schedule the test citizens can in hospitals.

“That is, if we take the epidemiological period of 14 days, we are testing about a million people. About a million! It is the largest testing system in the world that is created in these large cities”, — said Sergey Sobyanin.

To prevent the spread of infection the amount of testing necessary to build up and make it more accurate and efficient. Special attention should be paid to requirements of sanitary doctors, despite the fact that the capital already removed most of the restrictive measures.

Another important direction is the creation of a vaccine. “We are encouraged to hear how our colleagues are developing a vaccine for kovida. What can on the platform, help them. The development of a vaccine, start it in industrial production, vaccination of the population from kovida will largely determine future trends”, — said Sergey Sobyanin.

the Most promising are currently two vaccines against coronavirus, said Tatyana Golikova. Production�� drug developed at the Federal research centre of epidemiology and Microbiology named after N. F. Gamalei, together with the defense Ministry, is scheduled to begin in September 2020. The vaccine, created by the center “Vector” of Rospotrebnadzor, is undergoing clinical studies, and the first batch is scheduled to release in October.

Sergei Sobyanin: the Formation of persistent immunity and the vaccine will prevent flash COVID-19 fall