Additional restrictions are imposed in St. Petersburg due to COVID-19


Alexander Beglov, the Governor of St. Petersburg, signed a Decree of the St. Petersburg Government "On amendments to the decree of the St. Petersburg Government dated 13 March 2020 № 121".

Based on the directive of the Chief State Sanitary Inspector for St. Petersburg, new restrictions are being introduced in St. Petersburg.

Starting from June 17 it is prohibited (temporarily suspended):

- holding entertainment events in public catering facilities,

- the work of children's rooms in restaurants and cafes;

- the work of food courts and food places, with the exception of those located at railway stations, airports, gas stations, as well as the provision of catering services using the delivery service;

- operation of restaurants from 2:00 to 6:00, with the exception of take-out service, hotel rooms, home delivery, and production canteens.

Cinema occupancy is reduced from 75% to 50% starting June 17. The maximum number of visitors to cultural and entertainment events held both indoors and outdoors cannot exceed 3 thousand people. 

Visitors to all public events, including those held outdoors, are required to wear masks.

The precautions for fans visiting the fan zones of the UEFA European Football Championship 2020 are strengthened. 

Organizations and individual entrepreneurs should update the information previously sent in relation to employees transferred to a remote mode. It is necessary to minimize their face-to-face presence in the workplace.

All organizations are recommended to strengthen the disinfection of contact surfaces.

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