“The figure of 175 km is no coincidence: to a large extent [она] It was taken due to the fact that people often travel outside the city, air travel, trips from the city on business trips were also taken into account. If you look at the figures for the Far East, for example, then there they are even higher. Just a drop to 37 km shows that people generally began to move less, not only within the city, ”said RBC analyst at Rosbank Grigory Belov.
In April, after the authorities introduced strict measures of self-isolation, the average radius of movement in Moscow was reduced to 37 km. Thus, Muscovites’ trips are 81% shorter. Moscow has become a leader in the ranking of reduced movement.
- Moscow – 81%;
- Moscow Region – 69%;
- Kaluga – 59%;
- Nizhny Novgorod and St. Petersburg at 58%;
- Vladimir – 57%;
- Krasnodar – 56%;
- Volgograd – 53%;
- Bashkortostan – 50%.
The range of movement in Tatarstan (49%), Krasnoyarsk (46%), Novosibirsk (44%), Kamchatka (43%) and Khabarovsk (42%) decreased less than half.
On average across Russia, the radius of Rosbank’s customers has decreased at least twice, experts say.
At the same time, the bank said that the drop in the number of new deposits fell sharply (by 47%) only at the very beginning of April, and “by the beginning of the third week of isolation, clients opened deposits at the same pace as before the non-working month was announced.” By April 20, the bank added, this figure showed an increase of 10%.
Coronavirus spread rate in Russia
Cases per day
Source: Federal and Regional Anti-Virus Activities
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