Moscow: self-isolation index

Higher value of self-isolation level, the better

Self-isolation is one of main measures in fight against coronavirus epidemic. To represent how well people cope with this task, we came up with a score that shows level of self-isolation in different cities. To do this, we compare level of urban activity now and on a normal day before epidemic. If it is the same as in rush hour of a normal weekday, then level of self-isolation is low, 0 points, and this is bad. If city is quiet as at night — this is 5 points. The higher score, the harder it is for virus to spread.
self-isolation index is updated daily and calculated based on data from Yandex services.
Current self-isolation index in Moscow: 0.0
There are very many people on the street.
Data Updated 10:09, 23 September 2020 (MSK)
In Moscow at 10:32, at Wednesday before coronavirus: 0.0
Average index for 23 September is subtracting: 0.0
In Moscow live: 12 506 468 people.

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Self-isolation index in Moscow for 24 hours

The diagram shows how to deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in Moscow self-isolation index changes over the past day

Average self-isolation rate in Moscow

The diagram shows how average self-isolation index changes in context of COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in Moscow

Infections

391 361 +4453

Recovered

287 910 +2639

Deaths

6 312 +63

data updated: 2020-10-24 12:13 (MSK)Embed widget

How to observe self-isolation regime in other cities

The current self-isolation index is specified (10:09, 23 September 2020).

Statistics COVID-19 in Russia

Infections

1 497 167 +16521

Recovered

1 130 818 +11567

Deaths

25 821 +296

data updated: 2020-10-24 12:10 (MSK)Embed widget
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