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The stabilization of the situation with COVID-19 has already made it possible to remove a number of restrictions.
With the onset of spring, the city will be able to keep the epidemiological situation associated with the coronavirus under control. This was reported in an interview to the program “Week in the City” on the TV channel “Russia 1” Sergei Sobyanin…
“Judging by what is happening, the dynamics, the number of people who have been ill, the opportunity to get vaccinated (which is very important), I hope that the trend towards improving the situation will continue. Even if there is a surge, it will not be critical, and we will survive it and will continue to get out of the pandemic, do our usual things and lead a normal life, ”said the Moscow Mayor.
The stabilization of the situation with COVID-19 has already made it possible to remove a number of restrictions in the capital. High school students returned to full-time classes in schools, restaurants and clubs were allowed to work at night, after 23:00. The requirement to transfer at least 30 percent of employees to teleworking mode is now recommendatory; the final decision remains with the management of the companies.
Some hospitals have returned to normal operations amid a decrease in new cases of coronavirus.
Mass vaccination against COVID-19 continues in the city. You can get vaccinated at one of 100 points on the basis of city polyclinics. They work daily from 08:00 to 20:00. You can also get vaccinated in private medical clinics. Moscow has signed 74 agreements with private medical organizations, 59 clinics have already begun to vaccinate. The vaccine itself is free for residents, only the clinic’s service for the administration of the drug is paid for.
In addition, on-site vaccination teams have been working in the city since January 18. They accept citizens in GUM, the Helikon-opera theater, the Depo food mall, in the flagship offices of My Documents of the Central Administrative District (Afimall City SEC) and South Administrative District (Columbus SEC), as well as in the Salaris, L -153 “,” Kaleidoscope “,” Kaluga “,” Shchelkovsky “and” Water “.
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