the long-Awaited news for Muscovites: for 9 June in the capital can be moved without permits. All will be able to get out of the house, in public transport working again social card. About the abolition of the special regime declared the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. The restrictions will be removed in 3 stages.
to Walk in the parks or around the house, play sports on the street will be no restrictions already on 9 June. Electronic pass is not needed. The mode of isolation will also be canceled.
to Remove the restrictions will be phased in three stages.
“on 9 June can resume work hairdressers, beauty salons, photo studios, veterinary clinics and employment agencies,” — said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
as usual work car sharing. The machine, as before, can be rented for short periods.
To ordinary life returns and Moscow transport. The metro has significantly more people. Social cards to all the beneficiaries unlocks on 9 June. Use bus pass and ride around town will be free.
“Residents, including children over 65 and citizens with chronic diseases, can go outside, drive on and use public spaces,” — said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
In theaters and circuses will resume rehearsals — not on the video, and as before the pandemic, stages, and arenas.
From 16th earn of the summer veranda restaurants. Open libraries, museums, exhibition halls and zoos. Dentistry will begin to make scheduled patients. Allowed sporting events, but on the condition that the stands will be filled for no more than 10 percent.
From June 23 to resume work, all the cafes and restaurants. Again you can go to fitness clubs and swimming pools. In the normal mode will earn kindergartens. Yards and open parks and children’s playgrounds.
every day new diagnosed cases of coronavirus COVID-19 in the capital is lessE. Prescribe people more than hospitalitynet. Despite the fact that Moscow is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, a disaster was avoided.
“we had three choices. First — with the most severe quarantine and the full stop of life in the city. Second — nothing to do. And third, the average between these two extremes, to balance the restrictive measures in order to make the development of the pandemic manageable. So we did,” explained the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
Dozens of hospitals in a timely manner was converted to fight the infection. The doctors and nurses promptly changed the qualifications. Began an unprecedented mass-scale testing.
“Each of us must continue to observe the mode of self-preservation and respect for others. The fight isn’t over. However, I want to congratulate you with another our common victory and a big step to return to normal life”, — said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.
even under these conditions life is possible. On red square now hosts an annual book fair — this year in the intimate format and in compliance with all security measures.