Sobyanin said that the deadline for removing most of the restrictions in Moscow

The timetable for the lifting of restrictions due to coronavirus in Moscow will be ready by June 8, said on the air of "Russia 24" the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.

According to the mayor, the removal of restrictions will depend on the situation in the city and the spread of coronavirus.

"Judging by how responsibly Muscovites approach to all these activities, the requirements on how work is conducted at the enterprises of trade and services, and industrial, I think we will stick to this schedule and will step by step to remove all restrictions and return to normal life", — said Sobyanin.

He also expressed confidence that the voting on amendments to the Constitution will not affect the epidemiological situation of land will be observed, social distance, and will take other measures.

Mode-isolation of coronavirus in the capital ushered in the end of March. Closed cafes, restaurants, shopping malls, banned a walk in the Park.

Against the background of improvement of the epidemiological situation of limitations began to shoot. So, in mid-may, earned industrial enterprises and construction sites, then as part of MFTS, opened shops. To Muscovites have allowed to walk.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in the city has identified 189 214 cases of infection with the novel coronavirus, almost 95 thousand people have already recovered, 2749 died.

Recent data on the situation of COVID-19 in Russia and the world presented on the portal stopmanager.of the Russian Federation.