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October 25, 2021 12:04 pm

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Muscovites over 60 years old and those who suffer from chronic diseases need to observe the home regime, and employers switch to remote work mode at least 30 percent of employees and those who are at risk.

On October 25, protective measures came into force in the capital in order to slow the growth of the spread of coronavirus infection.

Muscovites over 60 years old and those who suffer from chronic diseases must again observe the home regime (at their place of permanent residence or in garden plots). At the same time, walks and physical education in the fresh air are allowed.

These measures do not apply to those who have been ill with COVID-19 in the past six months or have been vaccinated.

In addition, employers have been instructed to transfer to teleworking mode at least 30 percent of the total number of employees, as well as employees over 60 years old and those suffering from chronic diseases.

Such requirements will be valid until February 25, 2022. They do not apply to employees whose presence in the workplace is critical for the organization’s activities, to those who are vaccinated or have had a coronavirus, to employees of medical organizations, defense industry enterprises, Rosatom, Roskosmos and other strategic industries.

Moscow introduces protective measures due to the increase in the incidence of coronavirus

Due to the increase in the incidence of COVID-19, also from October 28 to November 7, 2021 in the city set non-working days… During this period, enterprises and organizations on the territory of Moscow will not operate, with the exception of those that ensure the functioning of the city infrastructure, enterprises of a continuous cycle and some others, the activities of which cannot be terminated in accordance with the decree of the President of Russia.

The activity of enterprises in the sphere of trade, services, catering, sports, culture, recreation and entertainment, cinemas and other organizations, with the exception of those selling medicines, food and essential goods, will be suspended. The sale of goods and the provision of services remotely is not limited.

Cafes, restaurants and other similar establishments will operate only for take-out or for the delivery of ready-made meals. The exclusion includes catering facilities in hotels and hostels, as well as corporate canteens, but only if there is no access to people from the street.

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

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