Recently, it has become noticeably colder in Moscow, and we have entered winter. The city is preparing to welcome the New Year. Streets and shopping centers were decorated with Christmas garlands and decorations.
Skating rinks will reopen throughout Moscow at the end of November. On November 25, the world's largest skating rink opens at the All-Russian Exhibition Center (VDNKh). The ice skating rink will be set up around the wonderful fountains of "Friendship of People" and "Stone Flower" respectively, covering an area of more than 20,000 square meters. VDNKh in winter attracts many.
As of Saturday, November 6, 2022, the number of infected people in St. Petersburg is 1,787,934 (+388 from the previous day).
Hospitalized +56 Deaths 35,834 (+11 compared to the previous day)
(From Yandex statistics)
From September 21, 2022, the exhibition "Crinoline Jacket Sweatshirt" opened at the Museum of History in Moscow. An exhibition that looks back on the history of Russian women's fashion from the late 19th century to 2022.
The exhibition includes 19th-century corset dresses, evening dresses, and the clothes of ordinary citizens and wealthy women. Not only clothes, you can also find shoes, handbags, cosmetics and other accessories. The approximately 150 exhibits are very impressive. When you look at the gorgeous costumes, you will feel like you are in another world.
As of October 20, 2022 Moscow City:
Number of infected people - 3,222,733 (+711)
Deaths - 46,470 (+17)
Number of recoveries － 3,031,084 (+1,232)
The number of new coronavirus infections in Russia continues to decline. The number of infected people has fallen to the same level as when the new corona infection spread in July 2020.
Moscow Day is celebrated on the second Saturday and Sunday of September every year. In 2020 and 2021, major events were canceled due to the influence of the new coronavirus, but this year, the Moscow government has decided to hold a grand celebration as Moscow celebrates its 875th anniversary.
Celebrations included concerts, masterclasses, festivals and evening fireworks. The main venues were Red Square and Tverskaya Street. Tverskaya Street was transformed into a pedestrian street with four themed zones. Thematic zones included “Moscow River”, “Moscow Public Transport”, “City Fashion Industry” and a concert stage. Everywhere I went in Moscow, there were various events and it was lively. The celebrations continued until midnight, so the Moscow metro ran 24 hours a day that weekend.
September 24, 2022, Moscow:
Number of infected people - 3,177,014 (+4,101)
Deaths - 45,864 (+31)
Recovered - 2,957,636 (+5,554)
Despite an average of ~5000 new positive cases per day, many infected people have mild to moderate symptoms and recover without hospitalization. Between 25 August and 24 September, ~300 people were hospitalized per day.