Sobyanin was allowed to walk in Moscow from June 1


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The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin at a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed to allow the Muscovites to go for walks from 1 June. Stream working meeting is available on YouTube.

“Offered in test mode to make the graph, when citizens living in different houses, could go for walks” he said.

According to the mayor, from June 1, you should allow all non-food trade and household services. In particular, we are talking about laundromats, dry cleaners, repair shops. He stressed that in this area there are hundreds of thousands of citizens.

Earlier Wednesday, the head of Rospotrebnadzor administration in the capital, Elena Andreeva said that the capital is ready for the first and even the second phase of the removal of restrictions on the coronavirus. According to her, the index of infection allows us to speak of the imminent lifting of restrictions.

In recent days in Russia revealed 8338 cases of infection with novel coronavirus infection in 85 regions. The country coronavirus has been confirmed in 370 680.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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