In medical institutions in Moscow, the mask regime for employees was returned and relatives of patients were forbidden to visit them in hospitals. Mash reports this with reference to a decree received by the heads of the capital's clinics and hospitals from the Department of Health.
Doctors are asked to stock up on antiseptics, gloves, and antiviral drugs. In addition, doctors are encouraged to tell visitors "about the importance of vaccination and revaccination." They were reminded not to allow people with signs of infection to work, and to sterilize air and surfaces with ultraviolet light.
Earlier, the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus in Moscow again recommended that residents of the city use masks indoors, despite the fact that on July 1, Rospotrebnadzor lifted all restrictions. At the same time, regional bans continue to apply.
On July 11, the Moscow authorities refused to lift the ban on public demonstrations imposed in connection with the pandemic. A statement from the Department of Regional Security and Anti-Corruption said that Moscow was still on a "high alert regime" that would be lifted when the WHO announced the end of the pandemic. (At the same time, in May, State Duma Vice Speaker Pyotr Tolstoy stated that in the near future Russia would have to leave the WHO and the WTO , as well as “other agreements that bring harm, not benefit”).