After the abolition of isolation, many have ceased to wear a mask and keep his distance, said in the Ministry of health. The youth is going to groups, and then returns home to grandparents who are at risk, said the chief pulmonologist of Ministry of health Sergey Avdeev. An interview with him published at Department.

“the lifting of the measures of self-isolation is understood by many not quite right. It is possible that the increase in the number of contacts may lead to an increase in the number of new cases, and we will see new outbreaks of coronavirus infection”, — said Avdeev.

“If we look at the streets, you’ll see how lot of young people who is going to groups, talking to each other at a distance less than a determined social distance, and many of them don’t wear masks. Then they come home, where they wait for elderly parents, and grandparents for whom a coronavirus infection poses the greatest risks,” — said Avdeev.

He asked the citizens not to neglect sanitary rules and continue to use protective masks.

“you Have to understand that these requirements do not lose their relevance in the period of withdrawal restrictions,” — Avdeev has concluded.

In Moscow on June 9 overturned the regime of isolation imposed at the end of March, and system throughput. At the same time, the government announced that the requirement to wear a mask in public places, and to observe the social distance of five feet from other people persists.