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The Mayor of Moscow spoke about the temporary order of visiting restaurants and cafes, as well as the ban on events that can be attended by more than 500 people at the same time.

The situation with the spread of coronavirus infection in the capital remains very difficult. More than 14 thousand people are in serious condition in hospitals. Sergey Sobyanin wrote about it in my blog… According to him, the decision of the chief sanitary doctor on the compulsory vaccination of workers in certain industries has already yielded first results.

“Today the number of Muscovites who have received at least the first component of the vaccine has exceeded two million. Vaccination records have increased four to five times. Vaccination points in polyclinics, pavilions “Healthy Moscow” and shopping centers are working at full capacity. But it is clear that mass vaccination is not quick. It will take another two or three months for it to start producing results, ”said the Moscow Mayor.

In this regard, in the city decisions made, which will maximize the protection of people, reduce the burden on the health care system, as well as preserve the normal operation of catering, trade and other sectors of the economy.

So, from June 28, only visitors who have either been vaccinated or have been ill with COVID-19 within the last six months, or have a negative PCR test valid for three days will be able to visit catering establishments. It is necessary to undergo PCR testing in one of the laboratories in the city of Moscow that transmit information to the UMIAS system.

“Recently, we, together with catering representatives, have conducted an experiment to create covid-free points. Today I signed a decree, according to which the use of this technology will be mandatory for all restaurants and cafes that want to continue working as usual, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

The presence of protection against coronavirus is confirmed by a special QR code, which can be obtained in the electronic medical record, on the mos.ru and emias.info portals, the unified portal of state and municipal services, or in the specialized application “State services. Stop coronavirus “, as well as in the registry of the city polyclinic. Paper references or certificates will not be accepted.

“Restaurants and cafes are obliged to create a system for checking the availability of QR codes. Food courts will be open only after checking the control system that prevents visitors who do not have QR codes from entering the seating area. Catering establishments that do not comply with these requirements will only be able to work for take-out or delivery, ”the Moscow Mayor explained.

To resolve issues that arise in the process of fulfilling these requirements (for example, if there is no information about vaccination, past disease or PCR test in the databases), a special analysis group has been created that will work as quickly as possible. You can contact the specialists through your personal account on the mos.ru portal.

In addition, from June 22, a temporary ban is introduced on holding concerts, entertainment, entertainment and sports events, which can be attended by more than 500 people at the same time. This applies to both outdoor and indoor events. Fan zones and dance floors will be closed regardless of the number of participants in the event.

“At the same time, these restrictions will be lifted if the organizers create a zone free of covid and will admit only participants with QR codes to the event,” added Sergei Sobyanin.

By appointment, anyone over the age of 18 can get vaccinated against coronavirus infection at one of 100 points based on city polyclinics. You can get vaccinated without an appointment in popular public places where mobile teams work, in seven public service centers, as well as in the Healthy Moscow pavilions. In addition, you can get vaccinated in private clinics.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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