Sobyanin proposed to allow in Moscow nonfood trade


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Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin has proposed to allow in Moscow from June 1 non-food trade. He stated this at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, broadcast which leads the TV channel “Russia 24” on YouTube.

According to the mayor, in this area employs about 300 thousand people. “Plus, the population demanded a number of goods that they are unable to receive e-mail,” he added.

Sobyanin also noted that in the capital since early June, you can discover a part of the household services that do not require prolonged contact with a person. They include laundries, dry cleaners, repair shops, and more.

The mayor during the meeting with Putin offered to allow the public to go for walks from 1 June. “Offered in test mode to make the graph, when citizens living in different houses, could go for walks” he said.

On 27 may in Russia revealed 370 680 cases of coronavirus in 85 regions. For the entire period recorded 3968 deaths, recovered 142 208 people.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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