The deadline for the opening of the summer cafe postponed to 15 June

Image: portal of the mayor and government of Moscow/Evgeny Samarin

In the capital, the period of summer cafés and verandas moved from April 1 to June 15, 2022, said Sergey Sobyanin on his personal website.

“At a meeting of the Moscow government Presidium on 31 March 2022, has decided to postpone the beginning of the season of summer terraces (cafe) from 1 April to 15 June 2022”, – stated in the message.

the Mayor noted that under the regime of high alert of restaurants and other catering establishments are closed until April 5. Restrictions do not apply to the removal and delivery of food at home.

As explained by the mayor, when you open the fridge will decide depending on the situation at COVID-19.

“But even if the situation will allow, and some restaurants and cafes will be able to resume work, to increase the number of seats in the coming months, just not worth it,” – said Sobyanin.

Earlier it became known that the capital develop and test a mobile app for monitoring the location of patients with coronavirus. It is expected that after the signing of citizen consent to the withdrawal, will be issued a technical tool or a closed link to the app.

on March 29, Sergey Sobyanin imposed restrictions on movement around the city. The apartment is allowed only in extreme cases. It is necessary to keep distance with other people in 1.5 meters.

March 25, Vladimir Putin has declared the period from 30 March to 3 April hours with pay. The decision was taken in connection with the need to prevent the threat of the rapid spread of the coronavirus in the country.

Total worldwide, according to who, the number of people infected with coronavirus has already exceeded 750 thousand people, more than 36 thousand died. In Russia recorded 2337 cases, cured 121 people died 17 people.

Five elderly patients with COVID-19 died in Moscow

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