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Russia is Closing Restaurants
28.03.2020 09:28
Russia is Closing Restaurants
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New restrictive measures are being introduced in Russia to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, Vedomosti reports. According to the order of the Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, all catering and public recreation facilities - resorts, motels, etc. will be closed in the country.

      For restaurants and catering enterprises, the rule is valid until the fifth of April, while they can continue to work remotely. Till June 1, hotels, motels and children's camps will be closed, only people on business trips are allowed to be there.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: coronavirus Russian business    

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