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Non-food Trade Resumes in Moscow
1.06.2020 10:31
Non-food Trade Resumes in Moscow

From June 1, Moscow starts the second stage of mitigation of the restrictive measures introduced in connection with the coronavirus epidemic. Non-food stores will be launched in the capital, and Muscovites will be allowed to go for walks - however, on a schedule.

      “From June 1, 2020, car dealerships and non-food stores will be re-opened, from small retail outlets to hypermarkets. In car dealerships and stores, conditions  for social distance
should be created and an enhanced disinfection regime should be provided. Buyers and staff should use masks and gloves,” the Moscow Mayor’s website says in a statement.

      Also, the points of rendering household services will be able to return to work, if they do not require long-term contact between customers and employees - dry cleaning and  laundries, shoe repair shops, multiservices, etc.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow coronavirus    

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