The mayor urged Muscovites not to harm the health after the lifting of restrictions

The mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin, speaking about the withdrawal of restrictions on the coronavirus in the capital, said that freedom should be used with caution and carefully so as not to harm their health and the health of others.

"We must use the freedom we have today, gently, carefully so as not to harm your health and the health of loved ones. If the Park has a lot of people, not overcrowded, don't go there. Choose another time and place for self-preservation", - said Sobyanin in an interview with TV channel "Russia 24" on Thursday.

Tuesday in the capital was canceled two of the most basic and long-existing constraints: the isolation mode and access mode. In addition, canceled and the schedule of walks, which existed in the capital a little over a week from 1 June. As previously noted, the schedule of walks for Muscovites was introduced until June 14 in the test mode. Needed to make a smooth transition from the regime of self-isolation, to dramatically avoid the crowds on the streets, so all the houses in the capital were divided into groups and residents for walking were allocated certain days.

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