Moscow Mayor prolonged restrictive measures to fight the pandemic


The Moscow authorities have decided to extend the restrictive measures to fight the spread of coronavirus, which were meant to expire on November 29, 2020.

Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin signed a decree today, according to which until January 15, 2021:

Muscovites over 65 and citizens with chronic diseases should continue to stay at home.
Enterprises and organizations must organise remote work of at least 30% of their staff.
City leisure facilities for children will remain closed.


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