In Moscow before Putin announced after hours a week has imposed unprecedented restrictions

In Moscow before Putin announced after hours a week has imposed unprecedented restrictions From 28 March to 5 April in Moscow suspend restaurants, cafes, bars, canteens and other public catering establishments, with the exception of service take-out and delivery ALL PHOTOS In Moscow before Putin announced after hours a week has imposed unprecedented restrictions
AGN Moscow / Sergey Vedyashkin From 28 March to 5 April in Moscow suspend restaurants, cafes, bars, canteens and other public catering establishments, with the exception of service take-out and delivery
AGN Moscow / Alexander Avilov Temporarily stops the operation of the retail facilities, with the exception of drugstores and pharmacies, grocery stores, and sale of certain types of non-food commodities
AGN Moscow / Alexander Avilov

the Mayor of Moscow has published the list of additional restrictions that are introduced in the capital for the period declared by the Russian President Vladimir Putin after hours weeks. “Imposed limitations today are unprecedented in the modern history of Moscow and create a lot of inconvenience for the daily life of each person. But – believe me – they are absolutely necessary in order to slow the spread of coronavirus infection and reduce the number of cases,” wrote the mayor in his blog.

From 28 March to 5 April in Moscow suspend restaurants, cafes, bars, canteens and other public catering establishments, with the exception of service take-out and delivery.

Temporarily stops the operation of the retail facilities, with the exception of drugstores and pharmacies, grocery stores, and sale of certain types of non-food commodities. These include: toilet paper, sanitary pads, diapers, diapers, toothbrush and toothpaste, soap and toilet, antiseptic, sanitary masks, wet wipes and dry matches, candles, baby shampoo, baby cream on the diaper, feeding bottle, nipple, gasoline and diesel fuel.

are Temporarily closed to visiting parks ENEA, Gorky Park. Gorky, Museum-reserves Tsaritsyno and Kolomenskoye, “charge”, “Sokolniki”, Museum-estate “Kuskovo”.

Must be temporarily stopped to provide citizens with services that require personal presence of the person (for example, hairdressing). With the exception of medical, rehabilitation services, care services for the elderly and other needy persons, other services in the sphere of social services, transport, banking and insurance services, housing services and communication, funeral service. There were no restrictions on the provision of services remotely or by courier.

“Understanding the feelings of believers Muscovites, however, I highly recommend asking these days to refrain from visiting religious sites,” urged the mayor. People older than 65 years with chronic diseases, as well as students and schoolchildren will not be able to enjoy free travel. Working students and volunteers this limitation does not apply.

the mayor also appealed to residents from other regions of Russia, urging them not to come to Moscow “not to expose themselves to unnecessary risk. Moreover, the whole tourism industry of Moscow paused”. Speaking about the decision of the President to enter the country instead of quarantining hours a week, the mayor said that it is “not a holiday, but a serious measure of prevention COVID-19”. However, this measure causes the most problems: many Russians did not perceive the situation of coronavirus seriously and now, in the absence of a rigid quarantine, you can expect explosive growth in the number of cases.