the day in the capital in 1992 identified cases COVID-19. This was reported in the operational headquarters on control and monitoring of the situation with coronavirus in Moscow. In Moscow, to date, recorded 193 061 cases of coronavirus.

42.3 per cent of new patients are men aged 18 to 45 years, 34.6 per cent from 46 to 65 years, 10.2 percent, from 66 to 79 years, 5.5% were older than 80 years. 7.4% of the patients are children. All patients and contacts people are under medical observation.

From may 27, Muscovites can pass free of ELISA testing for the presence of antibodies to COVID-19. For this you need to pre-register for donating blood. The entry to the study opened two weeks ahead of time. View full list of clinics performing analysis on the website of the Department of health of the city.

Special preparation for blood donation is not needed. You must have your medical insurance and passport. The resulting analysis will show whether the ill person coronavirus infection and he has started to develop immunity, he is sick now (perhaps asymptomatic) or not. The results will be available in the electronic medical record.

a New stage of removal of restrictions: what has changed since June 1 Moscow will schedule further removal of restrictions

In Moscow, gradually loosen the restrictive measures, as the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection has stabilized. From June 1 started to work with car dealers, stores, shops, dry cleaning, laundries, repair shops of clothes and shoes, as well as organizations providing other household services. For walks and sports in the fresh open air urban parks and green areas, works hire.

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