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October 29, 2021 5:09 pm

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The period of non-working days in the capital will last until November 7 inclusive.

The overwhelming majority of Moscow enterprises comply with restrictionsestablished by decrees of the President of Russia, decisions of city authorities and Rospotrebnadzor. About it Sergei Sobyanin told in an interview to the TV channel “Russia 1”.

“This, of course, is encouraging and gives hope that these measures will actually work. Checks are in progress at all enterprises. Those who do not comply with these norms are subject to administrative fines, ”the Moscow Mayor said.

According to him, how the introduced restrictions will affect the epidemiological situation will be clear at the end of the non-working days. “When people return to Moscow, we will see how much effect these days off have had. We hope that after that we will work normally and the city will return to normal life, ”Sergei Sobyanin said.

Non-working daysin Moscow will last from October 28 to November 7. During this period, the activities of enterprises in the sphere of trade, services, public catering, sports, culture, recreation and entertainment institutions, and other organizations, including those carrying out film screenings, were suspended. The exception is businesses that sell medicines, food and essential goods. Selling goods and providing services remotely also continues.

Moreover, with the 25th of October businesses must relocate 30 percent of their employees to telecommuting. Citizens over 60 years old and Muscovites with chronic diseases who have not been vaccinated and have not been sick with COVID-19 in the past six months must follow a home regimen. Such requirements will be valid until February 25, 2022.

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

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