The Jewish community of Moscow are no more patients with coronavirus. This was stated by chief Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar, reports “Interfax”.

According to him, the epidemiological situation in the city allowed to reopen closed because of the pandemic of the synagogue. “Thank God, all healthy. For twenty days no one got sick, we have opened our synagogues,” said Lazar.

He noted that synagogues are working with some limitations. So, in the area is permitted a limited amount of people also considered the requirement of respect for social distance and masked modes. “I hope this is the right step that already do the peak behind us and with God’s help will continue to be better,” added the Rabbi.

In early June, Lazar contracted the coronavirus. On recovery, the chief Rabbi became known on June 12, five days after infection.

The total number detected in Russia cases of infection with coronavirus by the morning of 3 July reached 667 thousand. For the entire period recorded 9859 deaths, recovered 437 of 893 people.