The mayor outlined the terms of lifting the restrictive measures in Moscow
Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin the TV channel "Russia 1" gave a forecast of how long the capital will be restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus.
Strict restrictions imposed in the city amid pandemic COVID-19, began gradually to withdraw from early summer.
So, June 9, the government abolished the regime of permits and isolation, opened Barber shops, beauty salons, fully earned car sharing.
From June 16, resumed the work of museums, galleries, zoos, summer terraces of cafes and restaurants, dental clinics resumed its planned patients.
A week later, earned fitness clubs, swimming pools, kindergartens, restaurants and cafes.
From July 13 in the capital have reopened parks, cultural centers, children's camps.
In addition, in Moscow was canceled and the compulsory wearing of masks and gloves on the street. In this protection remain mandatory when travelling by transport, shopping and visiting public places.