Sobyanin assessed the implications of the removal of restrictions in Moscow

Nothing horrible after the next lifting of restrictions due to mers did not happen, said the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.

"Many of them even rubbed the handle, saying, "Here, look, all done prematurely, it was not necessary to do this. Now something terrible will". Nothing terrible has happened. Passed all these peaks. Were a situation where there was extreme danger that we again jump to the top," said Sobyanin in an interview with TV channel "Russia 1".

He noted that over the past week reduced the number of identified newly infected, and reduced the number of hospitalized, critically ill on a ventilator.

In June, the Moscow authorities began to gradually soften the restrictions in the capital because of the spread of coronavirus infection.

So, on the ninth of June in the city abolished the regime of permits and isolation, the Muscovites were able to move freely around the city. Also opened Barber shops, beauty salons and a number of other enterprises, the full amount of earned car-sharing, and theatres and circuses resumed the rehearsal.

From June 16 to take visitors to museums, galleries, zoos and summer terraces of cafes and restaurants, as well as a dental clinic.

A week later opened health clubs and pools, and the citizens were allowed to exercise on outdoor fitness equipment, sit in the gazebos and on benches in parks, conduct of the marriage ceremony. Also to the normal operating mode returned to kindergartens and institutions of social protection, and the restaurants and cafes opened for visitors to fixed premises.

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