the world health organization (who) recommends Russian citizens to continue to wear masks in public places, despite the easing of restrictions due the situation with coronavirus, reported TASS the representative of who in Russia, Melita Vujnović.

According to her, persons particularly at risk of infection, for example, elderly people over 60 years of age, it is recommended to use medical masks as they provide them great protection.

She believes that the Russian health care system needs to remain alert to the possible growth of new cases of infection with coronavirus. So Melita Vujnović commented on the relaxation of restrictions, which entered into force on 9 June. “It is important to remember about effective measures, and when the limitation starts to appear, it is important to continue to identify and isolate cases (of infection),” said the who representative.

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin canceled the withdrawal and the mode passes from the 9th of June. He explained this by reducing the spread of coronavirus in the capital. The rate at which the Muscovites are obliged to wear masks and gloves, in the new decree Sobyanin is not canceled, but the mayor called for the respect of “mode of self-preservation and respect for others”.