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05.04.2022 29 Russian regions have completely lifted the restrictions imposed on SMEs due to the epidemic
According to the report published on the website of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation on 04 April 2022, «29 Russian regions have completely lifted the restrictions imposed on SMEs due to the epidemic. In the rest, the restrictions have been substantially reduced. 
15.03.2022 Mask regime and other COVID-19 restrictions cancelled in Moscow
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has announced the cancellation of mask regime in the capital since March 15, 2022.
04.03.2022 Moscow and St. Petersburg stop using QR-codes
Moscow stops using QR-codes from March 3, 2022.
23.02.2022 Foreign citizens will be able to obtain COVID-19 antibody QR codes
Starting February 22, 2022, foreign citizens will be able to obtain COVID-19 antibody QR codes via Gosuslugi, states the Decree by Anna Popova, the Chief Sanitary Officer of Russia.
16.02.2022 Epidemiological restrictions to be partially lifted in Saint Petersburg starting February 21, 2022
In Saint Petersburg, a number of coronavirus restrictions will be lifted starting February 21, 2022. The corresponding Decree was signed by the Governor of Saint Petersburg Alexander Beglov.

08.02.2022 QR code can be obtained based on the positive results of an antibody test
Starting February 21, 2022, it will be possible to receive a QR-code via antibody test. The QR code will be issued only once and according to Stopcovid-Website shall be valid for six months. More
07.02.2022 Cancelation of quarantine for COVID-19 patient contact persons and discharge of COVID-19 patients
Starting February 6, 2022, the need to comply with the self-isolation regime is to be abolished for people who have been in contact with COVID-19 patients, states Rospotrebnadzor Decree №4, dated February 4, 2022. More
27.01.2022 Updated COVID-19 restrictions in Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
Saint-Petersburg authorities have extended coronavirus restrictions until March 31, 2022, and introduced new ones, temporarily banning minors from visiting places of mass gathering. The Government of the Leningrad Region also imposed additional restrictions from January 24, 2022, due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus infection. More
25.01.2022 Council of the EU adopts a revised recommendation on measures affecting free movement
The Council adopted on January 25, 2022 a recommendation on a coordinated approach to facilitate safe free movement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new approach shall be based on the individual situation of a particular person, and no longer on the region of origin. More
18.01.2022 Moscow extends the remote working until April 1, 2022
Yesterday, January 18, 2022, the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin decided to extend until April 1, 2022 the home mode for people over the age of 60 and citizens with chronic disease (previously it was set until February 25, 2022). More

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