Opticians will continue to work in Moscow during the regime of isolation

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the opticians will continue to work in Moscow during the regime of high alert, according to the decree signed by Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

“suspend <...> before 1 may <...> the work of the retail facilities, except in specialized retail facilities, implementing medical and optical products”, – stated in the decree.

in addition, it became known that Moscow does not intend to limit the operation of beauty and other salons that provide services under the license for medical activity.

Sobyanin Also announced new directives aimed at combating coronavirus. In particular, employers were obliged to provide for social distancing of employees. Recall that the adequate distance prescribed in the capital, equal to the distance not less than 1.5 meters.

in addition, on March 30 in Moscow, there are restrictions on movement around the city. Citizens can leave the apartment only in special cases prescribed by the document.

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3 APR Sobyanin said that about two thirds of the capital’s residents to comply with self-isolation. He stressed that it is the balance that city officials plan to observe.

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