The first 100 Moscow companies that will provide 60% of employees with full coronavirus vaccination will receive grants in the amount of 100% of personal income tax paid over the previous 12 months, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on his blog.
“The first 100 enterprises, organizations and individual entrepreneurs that fulfill the requirement for the complete completion of vaccination for 60% of employees will receive grants in the amount of 100% of personal income tax paid in the previous 12 months, but not more than 5 million rubles,” he said.
Restaurants and cafes that fully comply with the requirements for the use of QR codes will receive grants at the end of the third quarter for full payment of utilities for this period, he added.
Sobyanin drew attention to the fact that 1500 metropolitan enterprises reported on vaccination with the first component. In total, the number of Muscovites who received at least the first vaccination exceeded 2.7 million people.
Earlier, the chief sanitary doctor of Moscow, Elena Andreeva, signed a decree according to which workers in the sphere of trade and services must undergo compulsory vaccination against coronavirus. Compulsory vaccinations must be given to employees of trade, beauty salons, fitness clubs, catering, banks, post offices, MFC, public transport, taxis, education, healthcare, etc. Also, employers must ensure that 60% of employees are vaccinated with the first component of the vaccine or a single-component vaccine by July 15. By August 15, company employees must have a second vaccination.
On June 28, the requirement to enter restaurants and cafes only by QR codes came into force. The code can be obtained by someone who either completed the full course of vaccination against COVID-19, or had a coronavirus within six months before visiting the restaurant, or received a negative PCR test result no later than three days before.
Until July 12, without a QR code, you can visit the summer verandas and outdoor terraces of establishments. The business asked the Moscow authorities to postpone the implementation of the QR code system until August 1 of this year. Anastasia Tatulova, the ombudsman in the field of small and medium-sized businesses, the founder of the Anderson family cafes and confectionery chain, Anastasia Tatulova, reported this to Vedomosti.