The municipality has obliged the Muscovites to keep the distance of 1.5 meters

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Muscovites have to keep the distance of 1.5 meters to avoid the spread of coronavirus infection, reported to Sergei Sobyanin on his personal website.

“Being on the streets, in shops, on transport and in other public places, citizens are required to comply with a social distancing from other people not less than 1.5 metres (social distance). Except only a taxi ride,” wrote the mayor.

Sobyanin said that shops, pharmacies and any other organizations which are or are working people, should respect the distance. In particular, it is necessary to apply a special layout and set the mode of admission and stay in the buildings and the adjacent territory.

Sunday, March 29, the mayor imposed restrictions on movement around the city. In the coming days in the capital to go out can be if you have special permits, issued in order established by the government of Moscow.

Earlier it was reported that more than 500 people in Russia have already been brought to administrative responsibility for violation of the regime of self-isolation. About the need to curb frivolous attitude to the safety of others previously reported, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin.

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