January 29th local time, Sobianin, mayor of Moscow, the capital of Russia, revealed to the outside world that more than half of Moscow residents have been infected with the novel coronavirus.
According to Sobyanin, according to a study conducted by the Moscow municipal government, more than half of the local residents have been infected with the novel coronavirus, so if citizens know their condition, they can suspend going to vaccination agencies for vaccination.
Sobianen said research data shows that the probability of reinfecting after contracting COVID-19 has been greatly reduced, with less than 1% of recurrent diseases.
This data shows that the immunity of COVID-19 patients can last long enough after infection.
Sobianin advised local people who have recovered from COVID-19 to postpone vaccinations until summer or fall to prepare for the rising incidence of the cold season.
According to the information released by Russia’s official website for COVID-19, as of January 29 local time, there were 2,799 new confirmed cases in Moscow, with a total of 925,358 confirmed cases and a total of 803,642 cured people.