Sobyanin has ruled out the lifting of the remaining restrictions before mid-July

Before the middle of July, remaining restrictions on the coronavirus in Moscow did not withdraw, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin at a meeting with representatives of the food industry of the city.

"I think we used the middle of July the remaining restrictions will not shoot accurately. This is a two month transitional period, and we are looking to not break anything for us," - said Sobyanin.

On Tuesday began the second phase of the resumption of city facilities and organizations - removed restrictions on the provision of routine care in dental clinics, resume summer terraces of cafes and restaurants, libraries, real estate offices, rental services, advertising, consulting and other agencies providing services to citizens and business. Open its doors to museums, galleries and zoos. Allowed to visit and sporting events, but yet, provided that the stands will be filled for no more than 10%.

In the next stage of the lifting of restrictions on June 23, the scheduled opening of stationary restaurants and cafes, resume, fitness industry and urban infrastructure.

The work of theatres and cinemas, as well as mass actions remain under the ban.

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