RBC announced a possible postponement of a Victory parade because of the coronavirus

due to the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 Russian authorities to postpone the Victory parade in the fall. In this case the event is timed to the end of the Second world war — all over the world this day is celebrated on 2 September.

Another option is the transfer of the celebration of the beginning of November. This will be a kind of reference to the military parade, which took place on 7 November 1941 during the battle for Moscow and which he personally attended by Joseph Stalin.

In both cases, the event will be held in full format. According to another scenario, the Victory parade will be held, as expected, on may 9, but with the “no stands”. In other words, the event will present the audience.

Earlier, the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that the Kremlin considers a possibility of cancellation of the Victory parade. According to him, the authorities will make a decision depending on developments in the situation with coronavirus.

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