Muscovites urged to wait out the peak load on the service passes

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the people who want to get a digital pass to be able to get around on transport, no need to create excitement, trying to do it now. This was stated by the head of the Moscow Department of information technology (DIT) Eduard Lysenko.

“we Have enough time to make a pass, you don’t have to create excitement and try to APR 15 all in one point to do it. Now the peak, and we’ll formation,” said Lysenko in the air of radio station “Echo of Moscow”.

the head of the LIT called on the citizens when making the pass to open the link to the email form: So, according to him, you can save time. Also the application can be submitted by sending SMS to the number 7377 or by calling by phone: +7 (495) 777-77-77.

“There is the order of thousands of operators on service calls, and average time of conversation with the consultation lasts 3.5 minutes,” – said Lysenko.

In the Operational headquarters on control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in the capital on Monday announced that Moscow since the start of the service there were more than 702 thousand applications for the registration badge.

the System of permit has declarative character. Data entered will be checked and in case of providing false information badges will be forfeited. To act will pass only upon presentation of a passport. In case of discrepancy of data entry will be void.

on 15 April, in the capital introduced a digital badge. Phased introduction of access control April 10, declared Sergei Sobyanin. The mayor explained that this measure is introduced on the background of large-scale spread of the coronavirus in Russia and the capital in particular. On the same day, a similar decision was announced by the Governor of the Moscow region Andrei Vorobyov.

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