Governor Alexander Beglov announces the lifting of some restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic


On 25 June 2020, Governor of St Petersburg, Alexander Beglov, signed Decree №462 lifting some of the COVID-19 restrictions in two stages.

The first stage will start on 28 June 2020. As of this date will re-open:

- parks, gardens and squares, as well as children's and sports grounds. Amusement rides and other park facilities intended for entertainment and leisure remain closed except for children's and sports grounds, rental of sports equipment and leisure equipment, in particular boats.
- retail facilities in parks, gardens and squares (subject to the sale of only food products of factory production in the individual packaging of the manufacturer). The sale of alcohol in parks, gardens and squares is prohibited.

As of 29 June 2020, the following organisations can resume their work:

- catering services exclusively in seasonal summer cafes and with the use of outdoor street furniture (subject to the receipt of a unique QR code confirming the readiness to comply with the safety standards, placing tables with a distance of 1.5 meters, mandatory use by employees of personal protective equipment for respiratory organs and hands and only if the catering facility is located outside the territories of parks, squares and gardens)
- manicure and pedicure services in beauty salons (by appointment)
- zoological parks with an area of more than 5 hectares
- registry offices (for the registration of marriages subject to the participation of no more than 10 people, not including employees of the registry office)
- socio-psychological and socio-pedagogical services in a semi-stationary form using remote technologies
- social services at home by non-governmental providers of social services
- kindergartens with small groups (up to 12 children).


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