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Sobyanin said that the pandemic continues to retreat

New outbreaks COVID-19 in Moscow did not happen, the pandemic continues to retreat, said the mayor Sergei Sobyanin in his personal blog.

However, the mayor added that on 5 July in the capital was less than 100 diagnosed cases of pneumonia. According to Sobyanin, the positive trends have allowed us to proceed to the next stage of the removal of restrictions in the capital.

Moscow doctors arrived to Alma-ATA to assist in the fight against COVID-19

A group of Moscow doctors was among 23 people arrived in Alma-ATU to assist with their Kazakh colleagues in the fight against coronavirus infection, reported the press service of the administration of Alma-ATA.

In Kazakhstan over the past day 1109 revealed new cases of infection coronavirus infection, the total number of registered cases COVID-19 reached 49 683. On July 6, the country recorded 264 deaths from the coronavirus. The number of recovered patients is greater than 16 thousand.

Sobyanin hopes that a vaccine COVID-19 will be available in September

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin expressed the hope that September will be a vaccine against coronavirus.

"In principle, already a good development that are being tested. I hope that in September we will receive not massive, but large amounts of the vaccine will guarantee next year then to do everything", - said Sobyanin in the course of communication with the residents in the Park "Filatov lug" in the new Moscow.

Sobyanin considered the second wave of coronavirus in Moscow unlikely

The second wave of the epidemic of coronavirus in the capital is unlikely, there may be small deviations, but they will not change the situation, said on Wednesday Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

"Three months of this (growth disorders was not), this situation was only in early April. Now the situation is quite different, it is every week better and better. Doubt there will be a second wave. There might be small deviations, but they will not change the situation," - said Sobyanin in the course of communication with the residents in the Park "Filatov lug" in the new Moscow.

The mayor called for public headquarters for control over the voting

The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin on Tuesday visited the national headquarters on control and monitoring of the national vote in Pokrovka, cast his vote in electronic form.

Sobyanin used the computer installed in the premises of the territorial electoral Commission remote electronic voting.

The mayor opened the station Setun ' WDC-1 after reconstruction

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has opened after reconstruction stopping point Setun ' WDC-1 in the Belarusian direction of the Moscow railway.

According to him, reconstruction and construction of new stations to the IDC is in a special mode, as all work is done on existing trunk routes without stopping the train traffic.

Seven teams of doctors from Moscow returned home from the regions

Seven teams of doctors from Moscow who went to the regions to combat COVID-19, returned home, the press service of the Moscow Department of health on Monday.

"About 60 doctors in Moscow who went on behalf of (the Moscow mayor) Sergei Sobyanin in the Russian regions to assist local doctors in the fight against coronavirus, back in Moscow. Capital specialists worked two weeks in Ingushetia, North Ossetia – Alania, Dagestan Republic, Zabaykalsky Krai, Kamchatka, Vladimir, and Pskov. Returning teams visited 62 medical organizations in 27 towns of Russia", - stated in the message.

Sobyanin told about the calls from disturbances due to limitations in Moscow

Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that he was calling from perturbations due to restrictive measures in the capital in connection with the pandemic coronavirus.

"Called me, and said, "you crazy or what? What are you doing? We're going to Italy, France... that we, the tickets to hand?" A complete lack of understanding: today, there are dozens of them infected or calculated. And after some time - by the thousands. And then the townspeople I asked: "Dear mayor, what are you made decisions in a timely manner? Have you not seen what happens in other countries?" - said Sobyanin in an interview to the TV channel "Russia 1".

Sobyanin assessed the implications of the removal of restrictions in Moscow

Nothing horrible after the next lifting of restrictions due to mers did not happen, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.

"Many of them even rubbed the handle, saying, "Here, look, all done prematurely, it was not necessary to do this. Now something terrible will". Nothing terrible has happened. Passed all these peaks. Were a situation where there was extreme danger that we again jump to the top," said Sobyanin in an interview with TV channel "Russia 1".

Muscovites more than 1.3 million Bicycle in this season

Residents of the capital for more than 1.3 million times this year, rented bikes, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.

On Wednesday, the bikes Muscovites rented a record 77 thousand times.

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