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Muscovites explained the new provisions of the regime of self-isolation, which will take effect from 1 June: restaurants and cafes in the capital still will be closed, however, citizens will be able to walk in the parks and squares and to play sports on the street. This was reported on the official portal of the mayor of Moscow.
Open dry cleaning services, laundries, workshops on repair of clothing and shoes, car dealers, stores, shops, including hypermarkets, as well as organizations providing other household services. In addition, the capital will begin to operate weekend markets.
It is noted that outlets and services must comply with the safety requirements. So, all staff and clients must be in medical masks and gloves and keep your distance.
For walking on the street medical face mask is also required, while a special pass for this is not always necessary. “If to the Park where you want to go, you need to go by car or public transport pass is necessary. It can be for personal purposes, but not more often two times a week”, — is specified on the website of the mayor.
In addition, during operation, as well as in public transport or when visiting pharmacies, shops and other establishments need to wear gloves.
From 1 June the Muscovites also expects the opening of the Bicycle. It is assumed that all bikes will be disinfected. However, despite this, citizens are asked to use gloves and antiseptics.
Clarifies that individuals diagnosed with or suspected coronavirus, and a SARS symptoms should continue to follow a policy of self-isolation at home.
On 27 may the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin, extended the regime of self-isolation until 14 June. At the same time the mayor announced the second phase of easing restrictions. Remains banned hairdressers, restaurants, fitness clubs, theatres and museums.
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