9 June in Moscow (Russia) will begin the gradual lifting of quarantine restrictions imposed because of the epidemic of the coronavirus. On 8 June, said the mayor Sergey Sobyanin.
In the first stage will be cancelled regime of permits and mandatory withdrawal for certain categories of citizens. “Residents, including children over 65 and citizens with chronic diseases, can go outside, drive on and use public spaces,” – said Sobyanin.
In addition, from Tuesday can resume work hairdressers, beauty salons, photo studios, veterinary clinics. From June 16 will be allowed to open dental clinics, libraries, museums, zoos and cafes (note that visitors will only be on the summer grounds). Also from June 16, it will be possible to conduct sports activities with the audience, provided that the stands are filled with little more than 10%.
June 23 must earn the fitness clubs, swimming pools, kindergartens, cafes and restaurants will be allowed to receive visitors in the room.
Rigid quarantine in Moscow since 30 March, 15 April-residents of the Russian capital were required to get special permits to get around the city.
Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. As of June 8, in the world of coronavirus infected of 7.03 million people, of which 403,11 thousand died, 3,14 million recovered.
According to information of the Ministry of health of Russia, in the country since the epidemic began 476,65 thousand confirmed cases of infection COVID-19 (almost 200 thousand in Moscow), more than 230 thousand people have recovered, almost 6 thousand died. The number of infected Russia ranks third in the world after the US and Brazil.