Infectious disease doctor, Professor Nikolai Malyshev believes that frosts in Moscow can drive people to shopping centers and cafes, which will lead to an increase in the incidence of coronavirus. RIA Novosti reports. "Coronavirus is transmitted from person to person. And when the frosts are strong, people go indoors, there is a certain danger. People will be crowded and, accordingly, can become more infected," the specialist said. According to him, in cold weather, Muscovites are unlikely to walk on the streets, where it is easier to keep a distance. Malyshev urged to wear masks in places where there is a large crowd of people, including at public transport stops. To reduce the risk of infection, the doctor also advised not to forget about other rules in the fight against coronavirus and, if possible, stay at home. Earlier, the leading expert of the Phobos weather center, Yevgeny Tishkovets, said that frosts await Muscovites, which had not been for 10 years. The air temperature in the capital will drop to -30 ° C.
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