The unwillingness of Muscovites to go to museums explained that since the lifting of restrictions had little time. This version is contained in the material of the correspondent of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” Paul Klokov.

The journalist visited the Museum of modern art “Garage” in Gorky Park, opened after the pandemic coronavirus, and told about their experiences. According to Klokov, Museum tickets must now be purchased online, and to visit exhibits — only masks. In addition, there are time restrictions: visitors only start groups every half hour.

“The biggest plus of the Museum — properly working air conditioning. I’m after a street oven appreciated it the most. Exit to the street is organized in a different place, apparently in order to limit contacts (those who have already got acquainted with the exposition, and those who are going)”, — writes the correspondent.

He also noted that he was the only guest of the exhibition. An employee of the Museum, in turn, assured the journalist that people will catch up when they find out that exhibitions are open.

June 15, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that it was not appropriate to endlessly keep people locked up in a fairly good situation with the spread of the coronavirus, and announced the transfer of the capital to the next stage of restrictions. So, from June 16 opened summer terraces of restaurants and cafes, museums, galleries and zoos. Dental clinics have resumed routine techniques, again began to operate libraries, real estate offices, rental services, advertising, consulting and other agencies providing services to citizens and business.

9 June in Moscow overturned the regime of self-isolation and permits people were allowed to walk in parks and squares, opened beauty salons.