Moscow authorities do not expect the second wave of the coronavirus epidemic in the city. This was announced by the capital’s mayor Sergei Sobyanin reports TASS.
The mayor called such a scenario unlikely. According to him, every week the epidemiological picture in the capital is improving. “I doubt that there will be a second wave. There may be slight deviations, but they will not change the situation, ”he said, noting that April was the hardest month.
Sobyanin expressed the hope that a vaccine would soon appear, and its mass release would begin by autumn.
Earlier, the mayor said that after the lifting of restrictions in Moscow, there was no increase in the incidence of new infections, and concerns about the second wave were not confirmed. He urged Muscovites to get used to a normal life.
As of July 1, for the entire time in the capital, 222 thousand facts of infection were recorded. 152 thousand infected have already recovered. Another 3831 people died.