In Moscow, opticians will continue to operate during high-alert mode from April 5 to may 1. This is stated in the decree of the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin, published on the website of the city government on Saturday, April 4.
According to paragraph 3.2.2 of the decree, the list of organizations that will be able to continue working during the specified period includes specialized retail outlets that sell medical and opto-ophthalmological products (equipment), as well as salons, SPA centers and other facilities that provide services under a license to carry out medical activities.
Earlier, on March 24, the Russian government ordered to close all cinemas, night clubs and entertainment centers due to the spread of the coronavirus. Rospotrebnadzor monitors the implementation of the order.
A few days later Sobyanin signed a decree, according to which in Moscow from March 28 to April 5 are closedrestorans, large shopping centers and parks. Beauty salons, massage parlors, baths, saunas and solariums were also temporarily closed.
In addition, the work of stores was suspended, excluding pharmacies, stores of food and non-food necessities, pet supplies.
The mayor urged Muscovites to stay at home during the non-working week, from March 30 to April 3. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin extended the non-working week until the end of April during an address to the nation.
According to the coronavirus control center on April 4, the number of infected people in Russia increased to 4,731, including 3,357 in Moscow. 333 patients were discharged from hospitals. The number of fatalities for the entire period is 43.
The most up-to-date information on the situation with coronavirus is available on the websites stopcoronavirus.RF and accessvsem.of the Russian Federation and the hashtag #Myvote. Hotline number: 8 (800) 2000-112.