Now It is Official: Moscow Implements Quarantine Travel Passes
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has tightened official the lockdown on Russia’s capital today, signing a new travel order. A new system will require people to receive permission to travel within the city starting April 15.
The passes will be available at mos.ru starting April 13. For pedestrians the passes are still not required.
Moscow city officials have reportedly decided to build a system to track all foreign tourists using cellular data, once Russia’s borders reopen after the spread of coronavirus subsides, a source in the Mayor’s Office told the newspaper Kommersant. Officials apparently assume that this level of surveillance will be necessary to prevent a second outbreak of COVID-19.
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