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COVID-19 cases in Moscow jump to highest since March – The Moscow Times

Over the past 24 hours, 1,763 cases of coronavirus infection have been detected in Moscow. According to the operational headquarters, the incidence continues to beat spring records. The day before, the maximum since mid-March was reached – 1670 patients.

179 patients were admitted to Moscow hospitals over the past day. 875 Muscovites recovered and were discharged, 10 more died.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, almost 2.6 million Muscovites have been able to defeat the coronavirus. During the same time, 44,358 deaths were registered.

In Russia over the past day revealed 6391 cases of coronavirus infection. 1195 infected people were admitted to hospitals. 4529 people have recovered. Another 42 people have died.

An increase in the number of new cases of coronavirus infection has been observed in Moscow since the beginning of the month. Until July 6, about 300 cases per day were recorded, from July 6 – more than 500 cases, and from July 13 – more than 900 cases per day. On July 12, the Moscow operational headquarters for monitoring the situation with coronavirus reported that the increase in the incidence is associated with the spread of a non-dangerous substrain of “omicron”.

The capital’s mayor’s office will study the possibility of introducing a mask regime after the celebration of the city’s day on September 10-11. According to city officials, experts from Rospotrebnadzor and medical institutions involved in the fight against the epidemic recommend returning the mandatory wearing of masks in transport and public places to the Moscow government after the end of the holiday season.

The representative of Rospotrebnadzor limited himself to reminding that all recommendations departments posted on his website, and noted that “vulnerable categories” of citizens should use masks in public places.

The police have to wear masks again. On the eve of the Ministry of Internal Affairs ordered all employees to use means of preventing coronavirus. First of all, the order of the ministry concerns those police officers who work with people.

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