Most of the restrictions in Moscow will be lifted in the spring, said the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin in an interview with TASS.

“We canceled most of the previously existing restrictions in January-February. Most likely, the remaining restrictions can be lifted in the spring. Perhaps some precautions, for example, a mask mode in the metro or restriction of mass events, will have to be maintained longer, ”the mayor said. According to him, all decisions will depend on the rate of vaccination and the formation of herd immunity.

Sobyanin also said that hundreds of billions of rubles had to be spent on the fight against the pandemic, which could have been used with much greater benefit for Muscovites. “However, these are temporary losses. Moscow’s economy and city budget revenues are recovering quite quickly, ”the mayor said.

At the moment, more than 700 thousand people have already been vaccinated in Moscow, they are vaccinated against Covid-19 every day 10-15 thous. Muscovites. Experts estimate that antibodies to coronavirus should already be in 42-43% residents of the capital.

Recall that since March 8, Moscow has canceled the mandatory isolation regime for people over 65 years old, their transport cards have been unlocked, and since April 1 this category of citizens will be able to travel to work, their mandatory transfer to telecommuting is canceled.

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