The Moscow mayor's office is discussing the introduction of tougher measures due to quarantine. This will happen if the current restrictions do not stop the increase in the number of cases of coronavirus.
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The city authorities are working on several scenarios at once, implying tougher measures to combat coronavirus infection. One of them involves moving around the streets only with special passes, as it was during the first wave. At the moment, the mayor's office is in a rather difficult position, because it needs to find the right arguments in order to explain why COVID-19 has returned and restrictive measures need to be introduced again. But they must be carefully thought out, otherwise you can “finish off the business.”
If the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the country does not improve, then self-isolation will be announced within 2 weeks. At the same time, it is too early to talk about returning to the access system, said a source close to the mayor's office, Vedomosti writes.
Earlier, the Gamaleya Center developed a device capable of trapping coronavirus in the air.