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The capital has begun to take measures that can prevent the spread of the virus. Collected all solutions in one material.

In the capital, the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection is aggravating – more than two thousand new cases of COVID-19 are recorded every day. A number of measures were taken for the safety of the townspeople.

From October 5, companies are required to transfer to remote work at least 30 percent of employeesas well as all employees over 65 and people with chronic diseases. This does not apply to employees whose presence in the workplace is critical to the functioning of the organization. In addition, the requirement does not apply to medical institutions, state corporations Rosatom and Roskosmos, defense industry enterprises and some other strategic industries.

Autumn holidays will begin in metropolitan schools on October 5. This year it was decided to extend them for an additional week – until October 18… At the same time, additional educational institutions and children’s leisure organizations subordinate to the Moscow Government will not work. Students are asked not to spend time in crowded places. The work schedule will not change for kindergartens and preschool groups.

Muscovites over 65 years old and citizens with chronic diseases must observe a home regime. You can go to the store or go for a walk, but be sure to remember about safety measures – avoid crowded places, use masks and gloves, and maintain social distance. All citizens must use personal protective equipment.

Also re-launched social service system, you can ask for help by calling the hotline: +7 (495) 870-45-09. Social workers can deliver food, medicine, pet food and other essentials, provide support and psychological assistance. Muscovites observing the home regime in their dachas can order firewood delivery at a reduced price.

Also expanded list of drugsfor COVID-19 patients receiving home treatment. Thus, outpatients will receive new antiviral drugs. To prevent possible complications, patients with moderate disease will be prescribed anticoagulants. Those outpatients who have been diagnosed with pneumonia will receive free pulse oximeters by the doctor’s decision, which can instantly assess the level of blood oxygen saturation – a key indicator for assessing the condition with COVID-19.

For working Muscovites over 65, sick leave certificates are issued automatically. People with chronic diseases can apply for sick leave on the website of the city Department of Health. For this you need to fill in special form… You can also leave an application for a sick leave by phone: + 7 (495) 870-45-09.

Help and support: how the hotline for Muscovites over 65 works Muscovites with chronic diseases can apply for sick leave online

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