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Russia will not introduce new restrictions on COVID yet

Russia will not introduce new restrictions on COVID yet
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Russia will not introduce new restrictions on COVID-19 yet. The country has begun to grow infected with coronavirus. More than seven thousand new cases were detected per day.

As the KommersantPresident's press secretary Dmitry Peskov assured that there is no talk of returning serious coronavirus restrictions. He added that the measures taken earlier to mobilize the healthcare system in Russia make it possible to effectively control the manifestations of the pandemic.

More than XNUMX new cases were registered in Moscow per day - this is an anti-record since mid-June. It was previously reported that second wave of coronavirus in Russia may start in October. At the same time, according to forecasts of the virologist, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Anatoly Altstein, it will be more widespread, while there will be fewer victims.

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