“My walks are only up to the store so far ... Is this a good idea or not, we will find out in two weeks, when we will understand how Muscovites reacted in general,” she said.
Churikova noted that "the task of regulating the flow of people is a complex one."
“People are not mass, but a combination of individuals. And how individuals will react is a big question. This is a big test for the city as a whole and its residents, ”the TV presenter believes.
From June 1, Moscow will begin the second stage of mitigation of restrictions imposed due to coronavirus.
In particular, it will be allowed to take walks according to certain rules.
On May 28, Moscow authorities published an interactive map with a schedule of walks.