Peskov compared the number of critics of restrictions and those who want to survive in a pandemic – RBC

There will always be people dissatisfied with the coronavirus restrictions, but there are significantly fewer of them than those who want to stay alive during the pandemic. This was stated by the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov, reports TASS

Journalists asked him if the Kremlin feared protests and increased discontent amid antiquated restrictions.

“Of course, there are and will remain people who are dissatisfied with covid restrictions. But there are much fewer of them than those people who want to stay alive in the face of the threat of a pandemic, in the face of the threat of coronavirus, “Peskov replied.

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Photo: Andrey Lyubimov / RBC

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