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From 16 June Moscow is entering a new phase of lifting the restrictions imposed because of the epidemic of the coronavirus. This was announced by the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin on his website.
Will be open summer verandas of restaurants and cafes, earn libraries, museums, exhibition halls, zoos, rental services, real estate office, advertising, consulting and other agencies. The dental clinic will begin to provide the planned assistance. “Permitted to visit and sporting events, but yet, provided that the stands will be filled for no more than ten percent,” wrote the mayor.
He noted that the decision to abolish the regime of isolation and crossing was difficult. The authorities feared that the epidemiological situation in the city could deteriorate, however this has not happened and “came out even better.” Incidence rates continue to decline.
The mayor urged residents to continue to abide by prevention and to be careful because the pandemic is not over. The mayor recalled that it was necessary to keep the set distance and wear protection recommended to limit contact with people to avoid crowded places. “Take care of yourself and your actions help to continue to defeat the trouble we faced”, he added.
Earlier, Sergei Sobyanin said that in July there are theatres and cinemas will be permitted access to the sports and mass events. Fully the restrictions will be lifted around the middle of August.
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