The CPS was developed and sent to the Russian regions and methodological recommendations to determine the factors that are the basis for the phased lifting of the restrictive measures imposed in connection with the situation with coronavirus infection COVID-19.
This was reported on the website of the Department.
It is noted that at each stage of heads of regions of Russia on the proposal of the chief sanitary doctors of regions will be able to make decisions about certain events.
In Rospotrebnadzor explained that the method of assessment of readiness for exit from the restrictions imposed involves assessing such factors as the prevalence of coronavirus, free bed Fund and coverage testing.
So, each subject will be the individual the period of limitations.
The Ministry noted that the limitations at each stage will be removed gradually. So, first, it will be possible walking and playing sports in the street, a small non-food objects of trade and services, which exclude one-time contact large numbers of people.
In the second phase, their activities will be able to resume trade enterprises larger, private educational organization. This will limit the number of people that can simultaneously be in the trade hall
The third phase will resume trading enterprises and spheres of services — no limit on the number of concurrent visitors and the area open the object of public catering enterprises, hotels, educational establishments without exception.
While the Ministry stressed that “at all stages would be a mandatory mode of isolation for people with a high risk of severe disease (persons over 65, persons with chronic diseases, primarily individuals with cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, diabetes)”.
Earlier the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova said that certain rules will continue to act in Russia before the advent of vaccines from COVID-19.
Also, the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin said that the city will not soon return to normal life without restrictions.
According to the latest data, in Russia recorded 187 859 cases COVID-19.