Mayor Sobyanin banned non-vaccinated people without antibodies or PCR from visiting restaurants


On June 22, the Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin signed a decree according to which, starting from June 28, ONLY visitors with protection against COVID-19 will be able to visit catering facilities, namely:

 - who have been vaccinated;
 - who have had COVID-19 within the last six months;
 - or have a negative PCR test valid for 3 days.

Coronavirus protection is confirmed by a special QR code, which will be available using:

 -  Moscow's electronic medical card;
 -  the portal;
 - The single portal of state and municipal services or the specialized application "Gosuslugi.Stopkoronavirus",
 -  at the registration desk of the city polyclinic.

No paper documents or certificates will be accepted. Restaurants and cafes will be required to create a system to verify the presence of QR codes. Food courts will be open only after checking the control system that prevents visitors who do not have QR codes from entering the seating area. The enterprises of public catering, not complying with these requirements, will only be able to work on takeout or delivery.

In addition, since June 22, a temporary ban on the concert, entertainment, entertainment and sporting events with the simultaneous presence of more than 500 people is introduced, both outdoors and in buildings, structures, facilities.

Fan zones and dance floors must be closed regardless of the number of participants in the event. These restrictions will be canceled if the organizers will create a zone "free of covids" and will be allowed to the event only for the participants who have QR-codes. The organizers of the events with the number of participants less than 500 people are also recommended to use QR-codes to ensure the safety of the audience.  


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