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Shopping centres will open in Moscow on 1 June, will remain closed food courts, gyms and children’s playgrounds, said the city authorities. About it RIA Novosti reported on Friday, may 29.
All stores should be made for compliance by citizens of the race and secured the strengthened mode of disinfection, according to the mayor. Customers and staff should use masks and gloves.
Earlier Wednesday, Deputy mayor Anastasia Rakova said that the next phase of lifting restrictions Moscow may go in two weeks. She added that this will be possible if the situation with the pandemic coronavirus does not deteriorate.
On 27 may the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin announced the second phase of easing restrictions on 1 June. In particular, Monday
will start work on stores, shops and domestic services, and local residents will be able to walk on schedule. In the capital, tightened mask mode, and the mode of isolation is extended to June 14.
For the last day in the capital revealed 2332 cases of infection with coronavirus infection. The total number of Muscovites with the coronavirus has increased to 175 829.
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