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Non-food Stores and Public Services will Open in Moscow at the Next Stage of Lifting Restrictions
25.05.2020 12:18
Non-food Stores and Public Services will Open in Moscow at the Next Stage of Lifting Restrictions

At the second stage of lifting the restrictive measures introduced in the framework of the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, non-food stores and public services establishments will start operating in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports with reference to the deputy mayor for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Efimov.

      He also pointed out that the absence of non-food trade adversely affects production. Manufacturing enterprises in the capital resumed work in the first phase of relief. In the sphere of domestic services, in turn, the largest number of small enterprises in Moscow is employed.  In Moscow, restrictive measures were extended until May 31; nevertheless, from today multifunctional centers “My Documents” and car sharing come back to work.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow coronavirus    

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