Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that in the near future, there is no second wave of coronavirus in the capital is not expected. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

“Rambler” wrote that earlier the mayor announced that July 13 will be the requirement to wear protective masks on the streets of the capital.

According to Sobyanin, the townspeople have developed herd immunity, which allows further safe to come out of restrictions.

“a lot of different predictions, and the feeling that virologists compete in these projections. They say that tomorrow will be a horror, the second wave, others say nothing. I’m happy”, he explained.

The mayor noted that, based on experience and conversations with experts came to the conclusion that Moscow is “still the peaks are gone and there is no second wave in the near future is expected”.