Sergei Sobyanin, mayor of Moscow, announced the abolition of quarantine in the capital on June 9. No more passes, walking schedules and self-isolation.
Residents of the city, including Muscovites over 65 and citizens suffering from chronic diseases, can go outside without restrictions, go about their business, and visit public places.
But not all establishments will earn tomorrow – business restrictions are being removed gradually, although not by a big difference by day. On June 9, hairdressing salons, beauty salons, photo studios, employment agencies and veterinary clinics will be launched. The restrictions on the use of car sharing and visiting cemeteries are removed.
From July 16, it will be possible to visit the dentist, take a book in the library, use the services of realtor offices, rental services, advertising and consulting agencies. Museums, exhibition halls, zoos will earn, it will be possible to attend sporting events, but provided that the stands are filled by no more than 10%.
Restaurants and cafes will also work on June 16, but only summer verandas – stationary establishments will open as the last stage on June 23.
Photo: Anatoly Zhdanov / Kommersant
And on the 23rd, fitness clubs, swimming pools and fitness centers will open. Also open kindergartens, including non-state. Well, for many, the most important thing: playgrounds, street exercise machines and benches in the courtyards can also be used from June 23.
Removing restrictions and returning to a normal life is good, but do not forget about precautions (a mask in public transport and crowded places, constant washing of hands and antiseptics), because the virus has not evaporated, people will continue to become infected, let them rush and leave .
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