limitations in Moscow It mainly concerns unvaccinated elderly people. On Monday, October 25, a new decree came into effect even exempting them from going to work.
Old people in Moscow will have to stay at home for four months
The decree was signed by Sergei Sobyanin, the mayor of Moscow, and applies to residents of the Russian capital at risk of contracting the coronavirus.
“The decree signed by Sobyanin shows that from October 25, 2021 to February 25, 2022, people aged 60 and over who suffer from chronic diseases should not leave their place of residence” – we can read on the website register “Republic“.
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The decree also provides for sick leave for these persons. Restrictions do not apply to outdoor walks, animal walks, and shopping. The elderly, as well as people with chronic diseases, will of course be able to visit a doctor during these restrictions. Vaccinated and offenders are excluded from complying with the new restrictions COVID-19 In the past six months.
Corona virus in Russia. Infection rates are higher than in previous pandemic waves
As evidenced by data on the morbidity and mortality caused by the coronavirus in RussiaThe situation is worse than in previous waves pandemic. W Sunday On October 24, 2021, more than 34,000 new cases were recorded, while in December 2020 the daily number of cases did not exceed 29,000.
We wrote about the current situation in Russia along with the comments of Moscow medics in the article “Day after day the numbers are catastrophic. Russians do not trust the authorities and vaccines, they die by the thousands“.
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