Remaining in Moscow restrictions on the coronavirus will not be lifted before mid-July. This was stated by the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin at a meeting with representatives of the public supply of the city, reports TASS.
“I think we’re before the middle of July, the remaining restrictions will not shoot accurately. This is a two month transitional period, and we are looking to not break anything for us,” he said.
As reported by “Rambler” entered the city’s limits began to weaken in mid-may, when we resumed the construction and operation of industrial enterprises. On June 1, in Moscow, opened the parks for walking, food stores, earned a part of services. 9 June in the capital overturned the regime of self-isolation and electronic passes. Today, 16 June, opened libraries, real estate companies, rental services, advertising, consulting and other agencies, museums, exhibition halls and zoos, summer veranda. 23 Jun should earn fixed catering establishments, fitness clubs, swimming pools and fitness centres, and kindergartens.
While still under the ban remains, the work of theatres and cinemas, as well as mass events. The wearing of masks and gloves in public areas is required.