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To prevent the spread of COVID-19, it is still necessary to use personal protective equipment and maintain social distance.

The requirement to wear gloves in shops, clinics, public transport and other places where there are many people becomes unnecessary. Corresponding the decree was signed by the Mayor of Moscow… This decision was made due to reducing the incidence coronavirus infection.

However, breathing masks are still required to prevent COVID-19.

“In recent weeks, the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection has improved significantly. Thanks to mass vaccinations and other preventive measures, the number of newly diagnosed cases of covid has decreased 2.2 times, the number of hospitalizations – 1.6 times compared with the peak values ​​in the second half of June, ”wrote in

Sergey Sobyanin on his blog.

The improvement of the situation in the city made it possible to remove some restrictions. So, from July 19 mandatory QR codes canceled for visiting restaurants and cafes. In addition, children’s playrooms, nightclubs, bars and food courts (while maintaining the necessary sanitary requirements) were able to open in the city. Seating must be created for concerts, sports and other events. In addition, if the QR codes are not verified, then the simultaneous presence of more than 500 people at the event is still prohibited.

The key measure in the fight against coronavirus remains mass vaccination… “If you have not yet been vaccinated, do not postpone this decision. Thus, you will preserve your health and help to bring the end of the pandemic closer, ”stressed Sergei Sobyanin.

There are ample opportunities in the capital to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Vaccination points are open in polyclinics, pavilions “Healthy Moscow”. In addition, mobile vaccination teams work in popular public places in the city.

Here you can find all the relevant information about vaccinations.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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