MOSCOW, February 25 – RIA Novosti. Mandatory restrictions for people over 65 will be translated into recommendation, said Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin on Thursday.
“People with chronic diseases, people of the older generation are a risk group that experiences this disease very hard, many end up in a hospital, in a serious condition. And, of course, our task is to protect these people from communication as best as possible during a pandemic. reducing the growth of morbidity in the city, I hope that these restrictions will soon be transferred from mandatory to recommendatory, so that a person, feeling how much he is at risk, makes these decisions for himself, “Sobyanin said on the air of the TV channel. Russia 1 “, answering the question whether it will soon be possible to lift transport restrictions for people over 65 years old.
He expressed the hope that older people will continue to be actively vaccinated against coronavirus.
The mayor clarified that, like Muscovites, he missed the festivals and expressed the hope that these restrictions would be lifted in the next one or two months.