Moscow Mayor : Self-Isolation Regime To Be Lifted In the City On Tuesday
Self-isolation regime, travel passes and schedules for walks will be cancelled in the Russian capital on Tuesday, according to the Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
“Tomorrow, on June 9, 2020, self-isolation and ID system will be cancelled. The walks schedule will be canceled as well,” Sobyanin wrote in his personal blog.
Starting Tuesday, all Moscow residents, including those who are older than 65 years old and those suffering from chronic diseases, are allowed to leave home freely and attend public places.
Hairdressers, beauty parlors, veterinarians, photo studios and employment agencies in Moscow can resume to work on Tuesday.
Starting June 16, zoos, museums and exhibition halls will open doors to visitors. On June 16, summer terraces of restaurants and cafes will open.
On June 23, fitness halls and swimming pools will open, and restrictions on kindergartens operation will be lifted on the same day.