More than 150,000 people joined the Moscow Longevity Project

More than 150,000 people joined the Moscow Longevity Project

At the same time, according to him, some 94,500 people attend the Moscow Longevity classes remotely, and this summer the participants in the Moscow Longevity can choose and combine convenient formats in person and online.

The first online form appeared in Moscow Longevity with the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

"We left this format so that the older generation would be able to engage in sports and creativity even at home," Sobian explained. "A lot of people went away for the summer, but thanks to the project, they continue to communicate with friends and teachers."