MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Photo by Y. Ivanko. Mos.ru
A large-scale free vaccination program continues in the capital.
From June 28, employers in the capital will again need to transfer at least 30 percent of employees to a remote mode of work. According with the decree of the Mayor of Moscow these should include all employees over 65 years old, as well as those who have chronic diseases, the list of which is determined by the Moscow City Health Department. This requirement does not apply to citizens whose presence in the workplace is critical to the functioning of the organization.
When determining the number of workers who must switch to teleworking mode, people who have received the second component of the vaccine or a single-component vaccine against COVID-19, which are registered in Russia, are not taken into account. Information about their vaccination should be contained in the Unified Medical Information and Analytical System or the Unified State Information System in the field of health care.
The requirement to transfer employees to remote work does not apply to organizations of the military-industrial complex, aircraft construction, enterprises that are part of the state corporations Roscosmos and Rosatom, organizations carrying out work under the state defense order, as well as organizations in the electronic technical industry, providing the activities of these organizations, medical institutions and a number of others.
For violation of the requirements of the decree, employers operating in the territory of the city of Moscow are subject to liability under the legislation on administrative offenses.
In addition, other necessary measures were taken to protect Muscovites. From June 28, only residents who have either been vaccinated, or have had COVID-19 in the last six months, or have a negative PCR test valid for three days, will be able to visit catering establishments. To do this, they will need to receive a QR code.
A temporary ban has been introduced on holding concerts, entertainment, entertainment and sports events, which can be attended by more than 500 people at the same time. These restrictions could be lifted if the organizers create a COVID-free zone and only allow participants with QR codes to the event.
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