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Citizens will still be able to issue QR codes, and catering establishments will independently decide whether to check them with all visitors or not.
From July 19, mandatory QR codes will be canceled in Moscow cafes and restaurants at the entrances. This was reported by Sergei Sobyanin in an interview for the TV channel “Russia 1”.
“This is a rather serious decision, but we made it absolutely balanced, proceeding from the current situation,” the Moscow Mayor said.
This was done in connection with the steady improvement in the epidemiological situation in the capital, as well as by numerous requests from business.
Sergei Sobyanin noted that the decrease in the incidence of coronavirus was influenced by the fulfillment of sanitary requirements and mass vaccination. Over the last month in the capital more than two million people were vaccinated.
“For the most part, thanks to such a responsible attitude of business and enterprises, it was possible to fulfill this task. At many enterprises, in such areas as health care, education, this figure is close to 70 percent, “- said the Mayor of Moscow.
Residents will still be able to issue QR codes, and catering establishments will make a decision on your own, check them with all visitors or not. QR codes are available to those who had been ill no more than six months ago and to vaccinated citizens, as well as to those who did a PCR test and received a negative result, which is valid for 72 hours from the moment of its registration in the laboratory.
Also, since July 19, with the preservation of the necessary sanitary requirements, food courts will resume work, and restaurants and cafes will be able to serve visitors at night (from 23:00 to 06:00). In addition, there will be children’s playrooms, nightclubs and bars.
Now in Moscow, you can get vaccinated against COVID-19 at 119 vaccination points based on city polyclinics by appointment. In addition, you can get vaccinated without an appointment in the Healthy Moscow pavilions, shopping malls, My Documents public service centers and other public places where mobile teams work.
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