Russian President calls for compliance with measures to prevent COVID-19.
The Russian President has urged the people of this country to continue to comply with the measures against COVID-19 in the context of the number of new infections increasing rapidly in recent days.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he wanted to avoid another strict blockade as the number of new daily cases of COVID-19 has risen to the highest level in more than two months. The Russian Center for Response to the COVID-19 epidemic recorded 6,595 new infections on September 24, the highest daily number of SARS-CoV-2 infections since mid-July.
Russia lifted its shutdown order in early June. Many shops, businesses and transportation networks in Moscow are now operating properly. Regulations on social segregation still apply and people must wear masks in shops and on public transport in the capital Moscow.
There will be no other shutdowns in the possibility of a second outbreak of COVID-19 outbreaks here, Moscow officials confirmed. The COVID-19 Moscow Center for Epidemic Response said that the number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 treatment in Moscow each day, increased by about 30% in the last week.
According to President Putin, the whole world, including Russia, is facing a dangerous enemy, the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are tired of wearing masks, but disease prevention measures are essential and need to be strictly followed in the current situation. Russia has recommended that people with chronic illnesses and people over 65 years old should stay at home. The number of new infections in Russia has increased rapidly since September 21. The country recorded more than 8,000 new infections and 160 deaths from COVID-19, in the past 24 hours.