Sobyanin has ruled out the introduction of new restrictions due to coronavirus

The Moscow authorities do not intend to impose new limitations due to the coronavirus, said the mayor Sergei Sobyanin the TV channel "Russia 24".

"Today the situation is calm and stable, and then we'll have to wait for the vaccine," he said.

The mayor noted that the infection has not yet disappeared, and will "live long."

"The capital has long been built the vaccination of citizens, the rate of vaccination against ordinary flu, for example, in Moscow reach 5-6 million people. So the system is functional and ready to take any vaccine," he said.

Since the beginning of last week in Moscow has resumed work theme, parks of culture and recreation, cultural centres and leisure type organizations. Also opened camps, the lifting of restrictions in the field of entrepreneurship. In addition, the Russian capital has already abolished the compulsory wearing of masks and gloves on the street. The next stage of cuts scheduled for 1 August.

Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.