Governor of St Petersburg signed new Decree related to COVID-19 restrictions


On 11 November 2020, the Governor of St Petersburg, Alexander Beglov signed Decree №904 amending the Resolution of the Government of St. Petersburg dated 13.03.2020 No. 121 "On measures to counter the spread of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in St. Petersburg" and further strengthening measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

From November 14th, 2020 to January 15th, 2021:

For St. Petersburg residents over 65 years old and those suffering from chronic diseases, mandatory isolation will apply. These citizens may leave the house only in cases when there is a need for a medical treatment or a threat to life and health, also to walk the nearest shops, walk pets, take out trash, and engage in physical exercises and sports.

The businesses will have to transfer to remote work the employees over 65 years old, as well as those with chronic diseases. Exceptions are made for teachers, medical staff, transport and trade employees, as well as employees whose presence in the workplace is critical to the functioning of the organization. The justifying information should be forwarded to the Committee for Industrial Policy, Innovation and Trade of St. Petersburg. 

All events of more than 50 people will need to be coordinated with the city administration. This applies to both indoor and outdoor events.

In the premises of state institutions of the city, the provision of services, financed from the budget of St. Petersburg, as well as of the clubs, sections and studios, regardless of the age of the visitors, is suspended. An exception is made for sports training and educational programs.


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