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WHO estimates possible timelines for easing restrictions due to the virus in Russia :: Society :: RBC

Photo: Sergey Kiselev / AGN “Moscow”

The mitigation of restrictive measures introduced in the framework of the fight against coronavirus in Russia is possible after two weeks if the growth rate of the number of infected people decreases during this period. This was stated by the representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Russia Melita Vujnovic during a round table on the theme “Recognize and defeat COVID-19: diagnostic tactics and ensuring treatment accessibility,” reports TASS.

“I am very glad that we have seen a decrease in the growth rate over the past ten days, and today in Moscow we have seen a significant decrease in infections,” said Vujnovic. According to her, in the next two weeks it is necessary to “very carefully” monitor the development of the situation and in the case of positive dynamics, we can begin to gradually ease the restrictions.

Popova announced a decrease in the growth rate of the incidence of COVID-19 in Russia

Photo: Andrey Nikerichev / AGN “Moscow”

Earlier on April 29, the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova announced a decrease in the rate of incidence of coronavirus in Russia. According to her, now the daily increase in infections in the country is 7-8%. The Governor of the Moscow Region, in turn, said that the region reached a plateau in the number of patients with COVID-2019. According to him, the daily increase in new cases of infection in the suburbs is at the level of 5-7%.

In total, in Russia, according to the operational headquarters, 99.3 thousand cases of coronavirus infection were recorded, more than 10 thousand people recovered, 972 died.

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