New restrictions due to COVID-19 are introduced in St. Petersburg


On November 18,  St. Petersburg authorities announced additional restrictive measures aimed at combating COVID-19.

Imposed restrictions:

 - From November 23, spectator access to sporting events is prohibited;
 - operation of catering facilities and ice rinks is suspended in the shopping center buildings;
 - additional requirements are set for the admission of visitors to other ice rinks (the allowable occupancy of ice rinks is reduced, locker rooms for open ice rinks will be closed);
 - stricter requirements for children's playrooms in catering facilities;
 - from December 1, the occupancy rate of concert halls, theaters and cinemas should not exceed 25% of the number of seats in the hall.


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