Mode isolation needs to comply with nearly 2 million residents

Moscow is now home to nearly 1.8 million people over 65, reported “Interfax” in the Department of labor and social protection of population of the capital.

Earlier, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin signed a decree on the mandatory regime of isolation for people over 65 years to prevent infection with coronavirus COVID-19. To comply with home required people with diabetes, chronic diseases of lungs and kidney, with malignant tumors or transplanted organs, as well as those who in the past suffered a heart attack or stroke.

Exceptions can be made for managers and employees of companies, if their presence in the workplace is critical to the functioning of the organizations. Mode isolation is not applicable to the medical staff.

In the case that isolated themselves in need of help with the delivery of food and medicine, they can obtain it by calling the hotline phone — 8 (495) 870-45-09.

According to 23 March, Russia has 185 thousand 918 laboratory tests for the new coronavirus. The presence of an infection confirmed in 438 people, 17 of them have already recovered.