Rakova reported a 40% decrease in the incidence of COVID-19 and the level of hospitalizations in Moscow
The situation with coronavirus in Moscow has improved significantly. This assessment was voiced by Anastasia Rakova, Deputy Mayor of the capital for social development. Her words on Monday, March 14, are quoted by RIA Novosti.
She explained that the incidence of COVID-19 and the rate of hospitalizations in the city decreased by another 40 percent in a week. Thanks to this, the authorities can increase the volume of planned and specialized assistance, Rakova noted.
“In the near future, after the necessary preparatory work has been carried out, about 600 beds in four city hospitals will return to it,” summed up the deputy mayor of Moscow.
Earlier it became known that the authorities of Tatarstan canceled the mandatory vaccination against COVID-19 for certain categories of citizens. The corresponding resolution was signed by the head of the regional department of Rospotrebnadzor Marina Patyashina. A number of other Russian regions have also canceled covid certificates due to the improvement in the epidemiological situation.