Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin in his blog told about the second phase of easing restrictions.

1 June in Moscow will open the car dealers, the food stores dry cleaning, laundries, shops Shoe repair and providing other household services that do not require prolonged contact employee and the client. In the Moscow shopping center will be allowed only a limited number of visitors, respecting the distance. Fully earns the city’s bike-sharing will resume the weekend fairs.

Also from June 1, the city will open stadiums and other sports facilities for the training of members of national teams of Moscow and Russia, as well as players of professional sports clubs.

For jobs will be able to return workers architectural and design offices, which are indispensable for proper functioning of the construction industry.

Muscovites, including people older than 65 years will be able to take to the streets for walking and sports with certain restrictions. To exercise in the fresh air every day until 9.00 am. For Hiking you can go from 9.00 to 21.00 no more than 3 times a week – 2 times on weekdays and 1 time on weekends. Schedule “walking days” for the residents of each house will be published on, “Yandex”, and in mobile applications. It is recommended to limit the radius of walking the two kilometers from the place of residence. The contact with benches, gazebos, sports equipment, swings and slides at playgrounds are still banned. When going out you must have a passport or other documents indicating the place of residence.

Simultaneously with the easing of restrictions tightened masono-glove mode. Now Muscovites need to wear masks or respirators when entering the street, at work, in shops, pharmacies, malls “My documents”, any other institutions and in public transport must also use gloves.

Earlier, the “Rambler” reported that the mayor of Moscow extended the regime of self-isolation and electronic passes to 14 June.