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Moscow

Sept. 3, 2021

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The weather in Moscow is like autumn. It is cloudy all day and it rains occasionally. In Russia, September 1st is “Knowledge Day”. The new school year begins on this day. Schools and colleges have returned to studying normally offline. The school entrance ceremony was held outside. Students and teachers no longer need to wear masks during class, but everyone can measure their body temperature at the entrance of the educational institution. If any person in a school class or university group becomes ill with the new coronavirus, all classmates and groupmates are required to be quarantined for 14 days.

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Moscow

Sept. 3, 2021

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September 2, 2021, Moscow City:
Number of infected persons-1 570 631 (+1864)
Deaths-27 543 (+51)
Number of recoverers-1 450 330 (+1686)
According to the Moscow government, 492 people were hospitalized on September 2 due to the new coronavirus. The number of patients with ventilators is 315.

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It was nice that Moscow was a little cool in the morning and evening and the weather was comfortable!

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August 5, 2021, Moscow City:
Number of infected persons -1 519 621 (+3227)
Deaths-25 994 (+68)
Number of recoverers-1 378 924 (+4477)

In Moscow, as a measure to prevent corona infection, vaccination certification was required to use restaurants from the end of June, but this restriction was lifted from July 19. The restaurant and club were also able to return to normal midnight business. From July 30th, it is no longer necessary to wear a mask on public transportation. Corona restrictions have been relaxed a bit, but by mid-August, operators such as restaurants and shopping centers in Moscow should have vaccinated more than 60% of their employees.
In Russia, 25.9% (up to 37.84 million) have been vaccinated once, and 18.3% (up to 26.77 million) have completed two vaccinations. (Data on August 5) The regions with high vaccination rates in Russia are Arkhangelsk Oblast in northwestern Russia and Belgorod Oblast, which is ~ 700 km away from Moscow.

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As the outbreak is re-spreading in Moscow and the number of new cases is increasing, Mayor Sobyanin announced new restrictions in mid-June. From June 28th, you will be required to show your QR code when you enter a restaurant in Moscow. Those who do not have a QR code cannot enter the restaurant.
Those who can get a QR code:
--People who have completed two Russian vaccinations
--People who have a history of infection within half a year
--People who have been tested negative by PCR within 3 days
You will need to fill out a special form on the Moscow Government Services Portal to receive the QR code. According to the restaurant industry, revenue has dropped to 75%, so we have decided that it is not necessary to show the QR code when using the terrace seats of restaurants. Many Moscow people now have a nice summer time eating on the terrace.

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July 8, 2021, Moscow City:
Number of infected persons-1 411 491 (+6040)
Deaths-23 328 (+109)
Number of recoverers-1 207 500 (+6805)
Since mid-June, the spread of the new coronavirus has continued in Moscow, and the number of hospitalized people is 180663, which is a high level.

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EURO 2020 will be held from June 11th. Originally, the tournament was scheduled to be held in 2020, but it was postponed to 2021 due to the influence of the new coronavirus. EURO 2020 will be distributed in 12 countries. Russia is also in that country. The seven games will be played in St. Petersburg, but a fan zone will be set up at the Luzhniki Sports Arena in Moscow, with a large screen for live soccer games. Admission is free, but admission is restricted, so prior registration is required on the EURO 2020 official website. Many Russians like soccer so they are looking forward to watching the game.

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June 10, 2021, Moscow City:
Number of infected persons-1 214 459 (+5245)
Deaths-20 711 (+63)
Number of recoverers-1 084 914 (+2671)
There are no major changes in the coronavirus situation in Moscow. The restrictions on the new corona remain the same, but as the number of infected people increases this week, the Moscow government has announced that it will strengthen its measures against the coronavirus.

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Moscow

May 13, 2021

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Victory Day was celebrated throughout Russia on Sunday, May 9th.
More than 27 million Soviet soldiers and civilians were killed during World War II. Victory Day is an important holiday for Russians, as many Russians have casualties to their relatives. Every year, a commemorative military parade is held on the Red Square in Moscow. This year's parade was attended by 12,500 people, showing 190 military equipment and 76 planes and helicopters.
All the soldiers who participated were vaccinated against the new coronavirus and did not wear masks.
It was locked down last year, but this year a lot of people went out to play with friends and family and enjoy fireworks at night.

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Moscow

May 13, 2021

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May 11, 2021 Moscow City:
Number of infected persons-1 121 912 (+2628)
Deaths-18 954 (+61)
Number of recoverers - 1 012 703 (+2051)
According to Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, the percentage of people who want to be vaccinated against coronavirus has decreased due to Golden Week, but Russian President Vladimir Putin has vaccinated 21.5 million new coronavirus vaccines so far on Monday. He announced that 9.4 million of those people had completed two doses and 12.1 million had one dose. The fight against the coronavirus continues all over the world.

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Moscow

April 9, 2021

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There are many buildings in Moscow that retain their old-fashioned look. Among them, the high-class grocery store called "Elyseeevsky", which has a history of 120 years, is probably famous.
"Elisséeffsky" is said to be the most beautiful grocery store in the world and is always listed in Russian guidebooks. The interior of the store has a neo-Baroque style and retains the history and atmosphere of the early 20th century.
Although it is a traditional store, it has evolved as a modern supermarket. It has been run by a supermarket company that runs "Rue Pulsar" since 2005, but very disappointing news was announced earlier this month. "Elisséeffsky" will close on April 11th this year because the ownership dispute with the city of Moscow cannot be resolved.
The Moscow government is trying to preserve it as a cultural property, but for now the future of the store is unknown.

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Moscow

April 9, 2021

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April 8, 2021, Moscow City:
Number of infected persons-1 041 799 (+2024)
Deaths -17 080 (+55)
Number of recoverers-955 148 (+1746)
According to Yandex statistics, 3.5% of the total population in Russia has been vaccinated. The statistics include those who have completed one vaccination and are waiting for the second.
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin has announced that the situation in Russia's Corona is hopeful and that the number of infected people is expected to decline in the future.