Sobyanin will retain the regime of restrictions in Moscow before the advent of vaccines against coronavirus


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The restrictions, introduced in Moscow due to the spread of the coronavirus, will continue until the vaccine, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. About it reports TASS.

On 27 may the mayor announced an easing from June 1, restrictions on the coronavirus. So, Muscovites will be allowed to walk without a permit, but compliance with the new rules — particularly when any leaving the house you must wear a mask and keep your distance from other pedestrians.

In addition, from 1 June to resume the work of all non-food trade and providing some household services.

According to the latest data, in Russia for the time of a pandemic coronavirus identified more than 379 thousand cases of infection, including 173,4 thousands of cases in Moscow. More than 71 thousand infected people in the capital have recovered, died of 2.2 thousand. Active carriers are almost 100 thousand people. Federal authorities believe that Moscow is ready to the first and second lift restrictions imposed because of the pandemic.

Mode isolation, which, as the authorities say, must comply with all citizens, acting in Moscow from April and will last at least until June 14.

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