TV presenter Larisa Guzeeva noted that despite the self-isolation and admission regime introduced in Moscow, many city residents continue to appear on the streets. On the air of the program "Let them talk" she called it a consequence of the moronization that took place in the country.
"Well, here I am sitting at the window, and I am watching. And they defile, walk. I have a feeling that along with the pass they received immunity," Guzeeva stated.
The presenter noted that it is useless to convince such people of the need to reduce walks and contacts, and said that she considers such behavior a one-way road.
Particularly brave, who are not afraid to walk the streets during a pandemic, Guzeeva advised them to go to work in hospitals.
"If you are sick people, please do a feat. Go without masks, go without these clothes, go straight to the hospitals and say:" We want to help. We will survive because we received both a pass and immunity at the same time, "Guzeeva said.
Previously, Rambler reported how the TV presenter scandalously scolded Muscovites.