He recalled that in the capital "a QR code system has been introduced, which is aimed at helping to ensure the identification of patients with coronavirus infection."

“Everything works fine, there are no failures, but if any shortcomings appear, then there is a support service of the information technology department, which quickly works out any shortcomings.

But we do not see global problems, ”Danchikova was quoted as saying by TASS.

Earlier it was reported that a registration system at the entrance has been launched in government buildings in Moscow since November 5, it will be held by both government officials and visitors.

According to the data of the Moscow headquarters on November 6, 6253 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the capital in the last 24 hours, a total of 456 689 cases were detected. A total of 332,984 people recovered, 7,140 patients with coronavirus died.