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01.10.2020 Starting from October 5, transition to remote work will become mandatory in Moscow
Employers in Moscow are obliged to transfer 30% of their employees to "home office" from October 5. The corresponding decree was signed by Mayor Sergey Sobyanin. More
30.09.2020 The Moscow authorities have announced the duration of the home and remote regime
Recommendations on self-isolation for older residents of Moscow, as well as those who suffer from chronic diseases, will be valid until October 28 inclusive. This is stated in the decree of the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin.

29.09.2020 Small business will not survive renewed quarantine
The prospect of reintroducing quarantine restrictions is becoming more and more real, and this seriously scares Russian entrepreneurs. More
29.09.2020 Moscow Announces Two-Week School Break to Contain Coronavirus
Moscow schoolchildren will stay home for an extra week this fall break (October 5-18) in order to slow the renewed spread of the coronavirus, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announcedTuesday, September 29.  More
29.09.2020 24-25% of Moscow's population has antibodies to the new coronavirus infection
24-25% of Moscow's population has antibodies to the new coronavirus infection, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda radio station.
24.09.2020 Putin extended the stay of foreigners until December 15 because of coronavirus
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has again prolonged the validity of the decree on regulation of foreigners' status during the coronavirus pandemic till December 15. More
24.09.2020 Russian citizens arriving from abroad will have stay at home until they receive COVID-19 test results
Russian citizens arriving from abroad will have to stick to self-isolation regime until they receive a negative test for COVID-19. More
23.09.2020 Participation in the trials of the Russian COVID-19 vaccine is allowed even without a Moscow medical insurance certificate
Residents of Russian regions and foreign citizens who work or live in Moscow will now be able to take part in studies of a vaccine against coronavirus infection, even if they do not have a Moscow compulsory medical insurance.  More
22.09.2020 Almost half of entrepreneurs in Russia are afraid of a second wave
Almost half of entrepreneurs in Russia are expecting a second wave of coronavirus. This is evidenced by the data of a joint survey of Promsvyazbank, Opora Rossii and Magram Market Research, conducted among heads of small enterprises (SMEs). More
21.09.2020 Mishustin ordered to resume air traffic with Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and South Korea
Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed an Order on the resumption of flights with Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan from September 21, and with South Korea from September 27. Flights to the capitals of these countries will operate once a week. More

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