The infection rates of COVID-19 in Russia don’t indicate the possibility of a third wave of the virus spread, said Health Minister Mikhail Murashko on March 30.
“We are talking about the incidence today. It decreases every day, and the wave is characterized by a subsequent rise. Today, the incidence is declining daily, but it’s premature to talk about the third wave, but you can’t relax, “the minister said.
He noted that reports of the approach of another wave of morbidity that appeared on this day in the media are misinformation.
Earlier, TASS, citing Deputy Minister of Health of the Russian Federation Tatyana Semenova, reported that the infection rates of COVID-19 in Russia indicate a possible third wave of the spread of the virus in the country.