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Coronavirus in Moscow, Sobyanin made a statement regarding restrictive measures

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, which spreads across Russia, the country’s capital can go to a number of restrictive measures. They include the closure of all cafes and restaurants. The relevant decree may come out this week.

On March 25 during his address to the nation Russian President said that during the following dead week across the country will be closed cafes and restaurants, informs a resource “Russian Dialogue“.

The words of Vladimir Putin confirmed Sergei Sobyanin, mayor of Moscow. He stated that the main purpose of dead week is to prevent further spread of the coronavirus in the country. “These days we need to use to reduce the rate of infection,” said the mayor.

Today, March 26, Sobyanin will announce and other restrictive measures which will operate in Moscow. The mayor recommends that in the next week to sit at home and don’t go outside.

The mayor stated that all Muscovites who have visited other countries, should stay at home in quarantine.

Regarding punitive measures, the mayor stated that this issue should be discussed at the regional level.

Yesterday, March 25 in Moscow from the coronavirus died patients 73 and 88 years old. In addition to complications of pneumonia, they had chronic diseases.

As of March 26, Russia has experienced 182 new cases of infection, and the total number amounted to 860 people in 56 regions.

Source:

liganews.net

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