Restrictions on nighttime work of clubs and restaurants are lifted in Moscow

January 27

Restrictions have been  lifted on the nighttime (from 11 pm to 6 am) work of catering enterprises, nightclubs, bars, discos, karaoke and bowling clubs, as well as other entertainment establishments, Sergei Sobyanin wrote in his blog

“At the same time, these places must comply with seating and sanitation requirements as stipulated by Rospotrebnadzor,” the Moscow Mayor noted.

Moreover, the requirement to transfer at least 30 percent of employees to remote work is no longer mandatory but advisory. By 6 February, a decision will have been made together with the Russian Ministry of Education and Science on the further format of education at universities subordinate to the Moscow Government.

“Dates and stages of lifting the remaining restrictions will be announced separately. Please remember that although the coronavirus incidence rate has decreased, it is still present. The battle is not yet over. We should still be careful,” Sergei Sobyanin pointed out.

Decisions to lift some of the restrictions have been made due to the improvement of the epidemiological situation. Last week the number of new COVID-19 cases remained at the level of 2,000-3,000 per day. Over 50 percent of the beds in coronavirus hospitals are not occupied, for the first time since the middle of June.

The huge jab campaign against the coronavirus is in full swing, with 100 vaccination points opened at various polyclinics and mobile teams working in popular public places.


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