Moscow will be able to move on to the next stage of the lifting of restrictions imposed in connection with the epidemic COVID-19, two weeks. This was stated by Deputy mayor for social development Anastasia Rakova.

According to her, the authorities will weaken the measures, if in the next couple of weeks, the situation with the incidence of coronavirus does not deteriorate.

“all We ask is a little patience to see how this mode will operate for two weeks, and if we don’t see growth cases, if the situation is to improve, to be followed by the weakening of the regime,” said Rakova, the TV channel “Russia 24”.

Rakova also said that the capital is a great demand for voluntary testing COVID-19 – the queue for testing painted for three weeks in advance. As many people have already passed the antibody tests, the results will be known within three days from the date of delivery, transfers the edition “Rise”.

on the Eve of Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the capital will operate “mode of self-preservation” until then, until there is a vaccine COVID-19. The regime provides for certain sanitary restrictions. According to him, any “running ahead” can lead to the worsening of the epidemiological situation in the city.

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