restrictions introduced in Moscow because of the situation with the spread of the coronavirus, will continue until the vaccine. The announcement was made by the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin the TV channel “Russia-24”.
“I am afraid that the mode of self-preservation, that these restrictions sanitary, it will take a long time — before we had the vaccine you get,” he said.
Earlier, high alert in Moscow was extended to June 14. Starting 1 June in the capital allowed walking in parks, playing sports in the fresh air. Also, the city would start working again non-food shops.
While in Moscow, prohibited events, remain closed restaurants and cafes.
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