The department said that the metropolitan government received notifications of public actions on November 4, 2020 in different parts of the city.
"In accordance with the prevailing epidemiological situation in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the city of Moscow and on the basis of the decree of the President of Russia, the ban on holding public events in the city of Moscow, established by the decree of the mayor of Moscow, continues to operate," the statement said.
It is noted that "in connection with the above, the public events announced for November 4 by the executive authorities of the city of Moscow have not been coordinated."
The department added that for the same reason, the traditional solemn march on November 7, which is dedicated to the next anniversary of the military parade on Red Square on November 7, 1941, has been canceled.
According to the data of the Moscow headquarters on October 31, 4952 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in the capital over the past day, a total of 424,148 cases were detected.
A total of 311,450 people recovered, 6,768 coronavirus patients have died.
Professor of Virology at the Gamaleya Center Anatoly Altstein, in an interview with the NSN, recalled the risks of asymptomatic COVID-19.