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A Third of Summer Verandas of Cafes and Restaurants Opened in Moscow
16.06.2020 16:50
A Third of Summer Verandas of Cafes and Restaurants Opened in Moscow

The second phase of the resumption of work of enterprises and organizations has begun in the capital as part of the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. At the first stage (from June 9), hairdressing salons were opened in Moscow. From June 16, cafes and restaurants are allowed to open summer verandas. A third of them have already done this, the rest are completing preparations for work.

      In addition to summer verandas, zoos, libraries, real estate offices, rental services, advertising and consulting agencies, museums and exhibition halls resume their work in Moscow today. 

      Recall that over the last day in Moscow 1416 new cases of COVID-19 were detected.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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