Photo: Alexander Miridonov / Kommersant
Russia’s prudent to mitigate the limitations associated with the coronavirus, said Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. It is quoted by TASS on Friday, may 29.
Speaking at the meeting of the Council of CIS heads of government in a video conference, he noted that the decline in the number of new infections has allowed a number of Russian regions to gradually lift the restrictions.
Earlier, the Russian regions have begun to remove the restrictions. So, in the Murmansk region opened a small shops, museums and libraries in the Republic of Kalmykia shops with clothes and shoes, in the Primorsky Krai in the first phase of the easing of restrictive measures, the authorities allowed the opening of barbershops, beauty salons, dry cleaners, tailors, repair shops, and also allowed non-food trade in the halls of 400 square meters. In Moscow, opened parks, and lifted the ban on visiting cemeteries.
June 1, quarantine measures weakened in Moscow. So, 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.
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