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Video: Moscow Will Return To Normal Life Until June 23 - Mayor's Office
Moscow will return to normal life until June 23 - mayor's office
On his website, the head of the city, Sergei Sobyanin, described in detail the three stages of lifting the restrictive measures.
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The first stage will start on June 9, when hairdressers, beauty salons, photo studios, veterinary clinics and employment agencies, the mayor of Moscow will start working. Restrictions on car sharing are canceled. Public organizations, film studios, recording studios and research institutes will be able to return to work. Theaters, concert organizations and circuses will be able to resume rehearsals. In addition, all restrictions on visiting cemeteries are removed.
In a week - June 16 - dental clinics will be able to work as before. Libraries, real estate offices, rental services, advertising, consulting and other agencies providing services to citizens and businesses will resume their activities. Summer terraces of restaurants and cafes will also open in the city.
“Museums, exhibition halls and zoos will open their doors. It will be possible to visit them with electronic tickets. It is allowed to attend sports events as well, but so far on condition that the stands are not more than 10% full,”writes Sergei Sobyanin.
From June 23, it is planned to open stationary catering establishments, and restrictions on the work of the sports industry: fitness clubs, swimming pools and sports centers are canceled. It is also planned to remove restrictions on the work of kindergartens, social security institutions, and the movement of river trams along the Moscow River will resume.
“And, perhaps, one of the most anticipated discoveries. On June 23, we plan to remove restrictions on the use of elements of public infrastructure. This means that kids will be able to swing on a swing again, sports fans will be able to work their muscles on outdoor exercise machines, and grandmothers will be able to relax on benches in courtyards, squares and parks of Moscow,”the Moscow mayor writes.
Sobyanin also warned that the lifting of restrictions does not mean a complete victory over the virus, in connection with which the townspeople should remain vigilant.
“We must constantly monitor the situation and prevent a new outbreak of the epidemic. Each of us must still observe the regime of self-preservation and respect for others. And open enterprises must strictly fulfill the requirements of the sanitary services,”the mayor of the capital stressed.
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