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Sanitary Rules for Moscow Skating Rinks
12.01.2021 10:58
Sanitary Rules for Moscow Skating Rinks
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In the context of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, when visiting the open skating rinks in Moscow, one should not forget about the observance of sanitary and epidemiological standards, as the mayor of the city Sergei Sobyanin reminds.
      According to him, more than 200 artificial ice skating rinks are now open in the capital. Please note that sanitary standards must be observed everywhere. Skating rink employees monitor the number of guests so that there is no crow. Masks and gloves must be worn in locker rooms and rental shops, Mr. Sobyanin wrote on Instagram.
      According to the latest data, more than 853 thousand people have been infected with the coronavirus in Moscow, almost 12 thousand died. Restrictive measures, tightened at the end of December, are in effect in the capital until January 15.
      
      
      



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow coronavirus    

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