From June 28, entrance to summer verandas and seasonal cafes on the streets and parks of Moscow will be carried out only upon presentation of a QR code, reports TASS with reference to the head of the department of trade and services of the capital, Alexei Nemeryuk.
“The endless opening hours from June 28 apply to all catering establishments, summer verandas and seasonal cafes, including in parks,” Nemeryuk said.
Yesterday Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced new restrictive measures due to the coronavirus. In particular, from June 22, a temporary ban was introduced on holding concerts, entertainment, entertainment and sports events with the simultaneous presence of more than 500 people, and from June 28, public catering establishments will be able to visit people who have either been vaccinated, or who have been ill for six months, or who have a negative PCR test valid for three days. At the entrance, you will need to present a QR code confirming the “protection against coronavirus”.
According to the operational headquarters on June 23, 6,534 new cases of coronavirus were detected in Moscow over the past day, 3,670 people recovered, 88 died. In total, more than 1.3 million cases of infection and over 21 thousand deaths have been registered in the city. In terms of daily growth and the total number of cases of coronavirus, Moscow ranks first among the regions of Russia.