Moscow Approves A New List Of Measures To Combat COVID-19

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Moscow Approves A New List Of Measures To Combat COVID-19
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Moscow approves a new list of measures to combat COVID-19

Mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin approved the changes to the decree "On the introduction of a high alert regime." The Moscow coronavirus operational headquarters explains what the new measures to combat the spread of infection are.

Moscow approves a new list of measures to combat COVID-19
Moscow approves a new list of measures to combat COVID-19

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Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin approved the amendments made to the decree "On the introduction of a high alert regime." Moscow's operational headquarters for the situation with coronavirus has published an explanation of the new measures to combat the spread of infection.

1. The list of people who definitely need quarantine has expanded. From March 26 to April 14, it applies to people over 65 years of age and with chronic diseases. The self-isolation regime is still maintained for citizens returning from countries with an unfavorable epidemic situation and those living with them.

2. Diseases for which the self-isolation regime must be observed include:

· Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus;

· Chronic lung disease (asthma);

· Bronchiectasis;

· Cor pulmonale and impaired pulmonary circulation;

· The presence of transplanted organs and tissues;

· Chronic kidney disease;

· Malignant neoplasms;

· Past heart attack and stroke.

3. The self-isolation regime does not apply to the following categories:

· Patients assigned to the third clinical group (oncology);

· Employees of organizations whose presence in the workplace is critical to the functioning of the institution.

· Medical workers.

4. People who are in self-isolation can receive a sick leave by courier. To do this, call 8-495-870-45-09 or indicate the need for sick leave when filling out the application form on the mos.ru portal.

5. A one-time payment is due to residents over 65 and those with chronic diseases: in the amount of 2 thousand rubles after the start of the self-isolation regime; in the amount of 2 thousand rubles upon completion of the regime, subject to compliance with the regime.

6. For residents over 65 years old, it will be credited to the account to which the pension and other social benefits are transferred monthly, it will be issued by the social protection authorities without a request.

Persons with chronic diseases will receive payments on an individual basis after contacting the hotline at 8-495-870-45-09.

7. Older people and chronically ill people can get necessary medicines at home. To do this, call 8-495-870-45-09

8. Volunteers and social workers will help the elderly to cope with everyday problems.

9. The collection of penalties and fines for late payment of utility bills is temporarily canceled. There is no need to leave the apartment and violate the self-isolation regime in order to pay the receipts.

11. During the period of closure of educational institutions, discounted travel on public transport for schoolchildren from grade 5 and college students is canceled.

12. Parents of schoolchildren who are eligible for free meals will be able to receive food packages in schools.

The operational headquarters reminds that the self-isolation regime means staying in an apartment for 14 days. You can go out only in case of emergency, in low-crowded times, wearing a mask.

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