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Citizens are advised not to leave the house in the hottest time and drink more water.

The intense heat in Moscow will continue in the coming days. The maximum air temperature will be 31-33 degrees. In this regard, a decrease in attention and performance is possible, there is a threat of overheating. This can lead to an increase in the number of road accidents and man-made accidents associated with disruption of production processes.

Residents are advised not to go outside in the hottest time, to choose light breathable clothing (preferably made of cotton) and wear a hat for walking. Drinking plenty of water is also important.

Hot weather will continue in the capital until the end of next week. Forecasters promise record temperatures. To cool the surface of the roads and the air heated from the asphalt, city services regularly aerate.

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