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Oct 16, 2020
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What restrictions have been introduced in connection with COVID-19 in the Moscow region?

From Saturday, October 17, new restrictions will be introduced in the Moscow region as part of the fight against the spread of COVID-19. They relate to nightclubs and entertainment establishments that receive visitors at night. From this day on, these establishments will not be able to work from 00:00 to 08:00. The corresponding decree was signed Governor of the Moscow Region Andrey Vorobyov...

What establishments in the Moscow region will not work at night?

The document says that the restrictions apply to "buildings, structures, structures and premises in them, in which services for the organization and conduct of entertainment events are provided during the specified hours." The new rule applies not only to nightclubs and karaoke bars, but also to any other establishments, including restaurants and cafes, where there is an entertainment program.

The resolution includes collective dances, karaoke, music performances, etc.

Thus, all leisure, entertainment, entertainment, cultural, physical culture, sports, exhibition, educational, advertising and other similar events with the personal presence of people in the Moscow region can be held only from 08:00 to 00:00 hours. Moreover, the number of visitors should not exceed three thousand people and 50% of the total capacity of the premises.

What other restrictions are already in force in the Moscow region?

In the Moscow region, a mask regime is already in force and the need to maintain a social distance of 1.5 meters. When doing outdoor sports, residents need to keep a distance of five meters from each other. The exception is members of the same family or those who live together.

Also, in the Moscow region, a ban has been introduced on holding public events, with the exception of official ones.

Various establishments and institutions, including the MFC, catering establishments, clubs and sections, libraries and cinemas, can operate only in compliance with regional safety standards.

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