According to the head of the "Organizer of transportation" Vladislav Sultanov on January 25, the number of controllers who monitor compliance with the mask regime in Moscow public transport will increase by 50% from Tuesday.
According to Sultanov, this measure was undertaken against the background of increasing incidence of covid and spread of "omikron". Specialists from other departments will be sent on additional raids. Also there will be increased inspection of compliance with anti-covid measures in trains and on platforms of the subway.
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About 700 controllers will monitor compliance with the requirements of sanitary inspectors. Muscovites are urged to respect each other's health and observe preventive measures in transport.