Some restrictions are lifted in St.-Petersburg starting from February, 12th


The Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov has introduced amendments into the decree of St. Petersburg Government dated 13.03.2020 № 121 "On measures to counteract the spread of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in St. Petersburg".

Starting from February 12 the following restrictions are lifted:

Food-courts and food-places will be opened according with the safety standard and service no more than 50% of the tables. At the same time, the conditions of operation of food courts and food plazas previously opened at train stations, gas stations and the airport are not changed.

Visitors are allowed access to entertainment and leisure facilities (except night cabarets, clubs and disco), as well as entertainment and leisure activities in catering facilities, in accordance with the safety standards and closing the dance floors.

Opening attractions located inside buildings in accordance with the safety standards and occupancy of not more than 50%.

The occupancy of cinemas, circuses, theaters and concert halls is increased from 50 to 75%.

At the wedding registration is allowed up to 30 people.

The number of sightseeing groups at museums and exhibitions increases from 5 to 20 visitors.

At outdoor ice rinks is allowed one person per 8 square meters.

Up to 75% of spectators, but not more than 25 thousand people can be admitted to sports and physical education events.

Other restrictions previously established by decree on February 28 are extended until March 10.


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