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Coronavirus: Introduction of additional restrictive measures

Message from Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin:


The situation with the spread of the coronavirus infection is gradually becoming more complicated. We also see how events are developing in Italy, Germany, and our other European neighbors.

In this regard, additional restrictive measures are required to protect people's health.

Today I signed a decree banning mass events in Moscow with more than 5,000 participants.

Unfortunately, we will have to cancel the Crimean Spring Festival, including the celebration of the anniversary of Crimea’s accession to Russia on Tverskaya Street, scheduled for March 15.
 Attendance at sporting events, including hockey and football matches, will also be limited to no more than 5,000 participants and fans.  

The ban on mass events is temporary and will be in effect until April 10.

Decree of the Mayor of Moscow: ‘On amendments to the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow of March 5, 2020 No. 12-UM’.

UPD! In accordance with decree of the Mayor of Moscow 'On the amendment to the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow of March 2020 No. 12-UM' the ban on mass events was extended until May 31. 

Message from Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin:


The situation with the spread of the coronavirus infection is gradually becoming more complicated. We also see how events are developing in Italy, Germany, and our other European neighbors.

In this regard, additional restrictive measures are required to protect people's health.

Today I signed a decree banning mass events in Moscow with more than 5,000 participants.

Unfortunately, we will have to cancel the Crimean Spring Festival, including the celebration of the anniversary of Crimea’s accession to Russia on Tverskaya Street, scheduled for March 15.
 Attendance at sporting events, including hockey and football matches, will also be limited to no more than 5,000 participants and fans.  

The ban on mass events is temporary and will be in effect until April 10.

Decree of the Mayor of Moscow: ‘On amendments to the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow of March 5, 2020 No. 12-UM’.

UPD! In accordance with decree of the Mayor of Moscow 'On the amendment to the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow of March 2020 No. 12-UM' the ban on mass events was extended until May 31. 

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