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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions

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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions

A young woman uses her phone, with a placard reading "COVID-19 free zone" in the background, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed creating COVID-19-free zones in the capital's restaurants from June 19. To get to the restaurant all visitors must carry a full vaccination certificate proven with a QR code. Fifteen to 20 restaurants of the kind will open at first, Sobyanin said, adding that the goal is to ensure operation of public catering facilities with the safest possible environment for guests.

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An employee holds a placard reading "COVID-19 free zone" outside a restaurant, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed creating COVID-19-free zones in the capital's restaurants from June 19. To get to the restaurant all visitors must carry a full vaccination certificate proven with a QR code. Fifteen to 20 restaurants of the kind will open at first, Sobyanin said, adding that the goal is to ensure operation of public catering facilities with the safest possible environment for guests.

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A waiter carries the tray with food and drinks in a COVID-free restaurant, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed creating COVID-19-free zones in the capital's restaurants from June 19. To get to the restaurant all visitors must carry a full vaccination certificate proven with a QR code. Fifteen to 20 restaurants of the kind will open at first, Sobyanin said, adding that the goal is to ensure operation of public catering facilities with the safest possible environment for guests.

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A man takes a photo of a placard reading "COVID-19 free zone" outside a restaurant, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed creating COVID-19-free zones in the capital's restaurants from June 19. To get to the restaurant all visitors must carry a full vaccination certificate proven with a QR code. Fifteen to 20 restaurants of the kind will open at first, Sobyanin said, adding that the goal is to ensure operation of public catering facilities with the safest possible environment for guests.

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An employee attaches a placard reading "COVID-19 free zone" to the doors of a restaurant, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin proposed creating COVID-19-free zones in the capital's restaurants from June 19. To get to the restaurant all visitors must carry a full vaccination certificate proven with a QR code. Fifteen to 20 restaurants of the kind will open at first, Sobyanin said, adding that the goal is to ensure operation of public catering facilities with the safest possible environment for guests.

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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions

Young women enjoy a hot summer day at Gorky park amid coronavirus pandemic, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the national holidays from June 12-14 will be extended in the capital until June 19 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Besides, several other preventive measures, including temporary closures of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs for the nighttime, as well as restrictions of activities in entertainment facilities and parks, have been introduced.

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People ride their scooters past a basketball palyground closed amid coronavirus pandemic at Gorky park, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the national holidays from June 12-14 will be extended in the capital until June 19 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Besides, several other preventive measures, including temporary closures of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs for the nighttime, as well as restrictions of activities in entertainment facilities and parks, have been introduced.

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A young man looks at a volleyball playground, closed due to coronavirus pandemic, at Gorky park, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the national holidays from June 12-14 will be extended in the capital until June 19 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Besides, several other preventive measures, including temporary closures of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs for the nighttime, as well as restrictions of activities in entertainment facilities and parks, have been introduced.

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Russia Coronavirus Restrictions

Young women enjoy a hot summer day at Gorky park amid coronavirus pandemic, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the national holidays from June 12-14 will be extended in the capital until June 19 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Besides, several other preventive measures, including temporary closures of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs for the nighttime, as well as restrictions of activities in entertainment facilities and parks, have been introduced.

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A view shows an alcove closed for visitors at Gorky park amid coronavirus pandemic, in Moscow, Russia. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced that the national holidays from June 12-14 will be extended in the capital until June 19 as a measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Besides, several other preventive measures, including temporary closures of cafes, restaurants, bars, and clubs for the nighttime, as well as restrictions of activities in entertainment facilities and parks, have been introduced.

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