Shops are buried in Moscow and St. Petersburg

Entertainment and shopping facilities in Moscow and St. Petersburg are temporarily shut down due to the spread of the coronavirus epidemic and the announcement of next week as non-working.

Between March 28 and April 5, all retail facilities in both capitals will be closed except pharmacies and pharmacy outlets, as well as grocery stores and gas stations. Restaurants, cafes, bars and canteens will be open for delivery only. In addition, parks and nature reserves will be banned. Religious facilities in St. Petersburg will also be closed to visitors.

It is known that similar restrictions will be introduced in other regions of the country, including the Sverdlovsk, Leningrad, Kursk, Tyumen Regions, the Moscow Region and Tatarstan. Their list is likely to grow.

We would like to remind you that President Vladimir Putin announced the introduction of additional weekends as part of his address to the residents of Russia on March 25. He also proposed a number of measures that are planned to support the population and entrepreneurs in the current unfavorable situation.

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