MOSCOW, 8 March – RIA Novosti. Three times more people were ill with coronavirus in Moscow in the second wave than in the first wave, said Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development, on the air of the Antonyms program with Anton Krasovsky on YouTube.
“If we compare the first wave and the second, in the second wave we had three times more people who were ill,” said Rakova.
The deputy mayor noted that since September Moscow has lived a full life, unlike Europe. According to her, population immunity was gradually formed in six months. “… There are countries that both closed in September and have not opened until now. And it is clear that any of their actions to reduce restrictions will again cause another wave,” she said.