Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin extended an upcoming school trip by each week on Tuesday to limit the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic.
The authorities did not plan to impose excessive lockdown restrictions no matter a rising number of new situations of COVID-19, nevertheless, Sobyanin recommended anyone with continuous well-being points or these older than 65 stay home.
On Tuesday, Sobyanin said school college students might be off from school from Oct. 5-18 and urged mom and father to take care of their children at home.
“Today a significant proportion of the sick – who are often asymptomatic – are children,” Sobyanin said on his site.
“When they come home, they easily transmit the virus to adults and elderly family members who get much sicker.”
The upsurge in Moscow has escalated since Russia reopened schools on Sept. 1. The number of new on a regular basis infections has larger than doubled compared with late August.
With 1,167,805 situations, Russia has the world’s fourth-highest number of infections. On Tuesday, the authorities said that 160 had died from the virus throughout the closing 24 hours, pushing the loss of life toll to 20,545.