Residents of Moscow will be able to travel by private transport or taxi in case of urgent need, but the police have the right to stop them to clarify the purpose of the trip. This was announced by the capital’s operational headquarters on April 2.
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It is noted that in case of leaving the house, you must have an identity card.
“In case of serious need, you can go to another area. At the same time, you may be stopped by a law enforcement officer and specify the purpose of the trip,” the message reads.
On April 2, Russian President Vladimir Putin extended the non-working days in the country due to the spread of coronavirus.
The Moscow authorities, in turn, announced the extension of already accepted restrictions in the capital, including the mandatory regime of self-isolation.
You can leave the apartment to seek emergency medical care, go to a store or pharmacy. It is allowed to walk with Pets at a distance of no more than 100 m from the house and take out garbage. It is important to keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters.
Special permits for movement in the city have not yet been introduced.
According to data for April 2, 3,548 cases of coronavirus infection were registered in the Russian Federation. According to experts, the peak of morbidity is still ahead.
All up-to-date information on the situation with coronavirus is available on the websites stopkoronavirus.RF and accessvsem.of the Russian Federation and the hashtag #Myvote. Hotline number: 8 (800) 2000-112.