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Mishustin: the increase in the incidence of coronavirus was stopped

Mishustin: the increase in the incidence of coronavirus was stopped
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The increase in the incidence of coronavirus in Russia was stopped. This was stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. He said that according to the most cautious estimates, the dynamics are positive, more and more patients are recovering and discharged from hospitals.

According to the prime minister, a decrease in the increase in the incidence rate is the result of a regime of strict self-isolation and systematic work that has been going on in the country over the past two months. This allowed us to gain time and prevent an explosive increase in the incidence, as was the case in other countries.

The Prime Minister during a meeting of the Presidium of the Coordination Council to Combat the Proliferation of Coronavirus, said that according to objective indicators, 27 regions are ready to gradually mitigate quarantine measures. There over the past few days, the spread of the virus does not exceed unity, while more than half of the beds for patients remain free.

Industrial enterprises have already resumed work in five regions, service industry organizations, and small shops selling non-food goods are opening. Residents are allowed walks and sports on the street. The prime minister urged not to relax, to maintain social distance, to wear medical masks. At the same time, the regime of self-isolation continues until the end of May for people from 65 years old.

According to Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, the growth rate of new cases for the week decreased by 23,4%. The growth rate in the Moscow region over the week decreased by 42,6%, but in the regions there is still an increase in growth rates by 8,1%.

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