The mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin
What happened is what we expected! The mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, has announced new measures to ease the restrictions imposed in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Access control in the capital will be canceled from tomorrow, June 9.
From tomorrow June 9, 2020, self-isolation and access control are canceled. With them, the walking program is canceled,
– said in a statement Sobyanin on his personal blog.
From June 9, it will also be possible to visit beauty salons, photo stores, veterinary clinics and employment agencies, which will officially start their work. The restrictions on car-sharing (before that, it was possible to rent a car only for the five days) and visits to city cemeteries were also lifted.
Restaurants and cafes should be opened in two stages. From June 16, summer verandas will be launched in the city, and a week later, fixed catering establishments. Restrictions on the provision of planned care in dental clinics will also be lifted. Libraries, real estate offices, rental services, advertising, consultancy and other agencies providing services to citizens and businesses will be taken over.
Museums, exhibition halls and zoos will open their doors. You can visit them by electronic tickets. It is also permitted to attend sporting events, but so far, provided that the stands are not more than 10% full,
– said the mayor.
All exemptions apply to all residents of the city, including Muscovites over the age of 65 and citizens with chronic illnesses. Everyone can go out without restrictions, go about their business and visit public places.
The government made this decision on the assumption that the pandemic had been on the decline for several weeks now. The number of new infections is decreasing, more people are leaving hospitals than medical facilities.
All this allows you to go step by step to a normal life,
– noted Sobyanin.
During the last day in Moscow, 2,001 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection were detected, 51 patients died, the number of victims of COVID-19 rose to 2,970.
Based on materials: www.spletnik.ru