Entertainment Centers And Cultural Institutions Are Closed In Moscow

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Entertainment Centers And Cultural Institutions Are Closed In Moscow
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Entertainment centers and cultural institutions are closed in Moscow

At the same time, Moscow authorities canceled free travel for the elderly, pensioners and citizens suffering from chronic diseases. It is noted that the "unpopular" measures are designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Entertainment centers and cultural institutions are closed in Moscow
Entertainment centers and cultural institutions are closed in Moscow

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New measures approved by Moscow authorities:

City libraries and institutions of cultural and leisure type - cultural centers, clubs, etc. are being closed.

Cinemas, cinemas, children's entertainment centers and game rooms are closing.

The activities of nightclubs, discos and other entertainment and leisure establishments are temporarily suspended.

It is prohibited to smoke hookahs in restaurants, bars, cafes and other similar facilities.

Any cultural, entertainment and other leisure activities are temporarily suspended.

Children's rooms, cinemas, fitness clubs, ice skating rinks, bowling alleys, billiard rooms, attractions, water parks and other recreation and entertainment facilities should be closed in the mall.

Shops, banks and consumer services located in the mall remain open.

Dental offices will only provide emergency care for acute pain and other emergencies.

The centers of public services "My Documents" are going to work by appointment and will only provide services that cannot be obtained in electronic form.

Free travel on public transport has been suspended for college and university students, as well as for elderly people over 65 and citizens suffering from chronic diseases. The measure is unpopular, but it is necessary to ensure compliance with the self-isolation regime.

The restrictions imposed today will slow the spread of the coronavirus and, ultimately, help to deal with it faster.

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