The system of compulsory QR-codes will be cancelled in Moscow and Moscow Region


On July 16 Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced that since July 19 the city will cancel QR-codes for going to cafes and restaurants. 

At the same time the Mayor of Moscow has given the capital organizations the right from July 19 to decide for themselves whether to demand from visitors QR-codes, confirming the protection from COVID-19. 

According to a new decree of the Mayor of Moscow from July 19 in Moscow:

 - The ban on working at night for catering establishments will be lifted;
 - Events in clubs, bars, discotheques and karaoke will be allowed, provided that epidemiological requirements are met,
 - Children's playrooms are opened,
 - Food courts are being reopened.

In the Moscow region from July 19, the owners of public catering enterprises will be able to decide on the verification of QR codes with visitors themselves, said Governor Andrei Vorobiev in his Telegram channel, noting that the abolition of QR codes thermometry at the entrance, wearing masks and observance of social distance is mandatory.


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