MOSCOW, November 3. / TASS /. The spread of the coronavirus has stabilized in Moscow and there is no need to extend the period of non-working days, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said during a visit to a new endoscopy center at the hospital in Moscow. Clinic City Buyanov, noting that QR codes would continue to be in effect for visits to museums and theaters after Nov. 7.
“In Moscow, <...> the dynamics of the disease have stabilized, this concerns both the detection and hospitalization of severe cases. This allows us to conclude that the non-working days will not be extended on Monday, “said the mayor mentioned.
According to the mayor, the city will resume normal life on Monday, however, the restrictions introduced earlier will remain. The home stay regime for elderly residents and the switch of 30% of staff in companies in the capital to teleworking will remain in force.
The mayor once again urged the residents of Moscow to get vaccinated against the coronavirus because the capital offers every chance to do so.
Previously, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared the period from October 30 to November 7 non-working days due to the pandemic. The decision has been made to curb the growth of the coronavirus.