In St. Petersburg, from October 30, a lockdown is introduced, which will last until November 7. About it it says on the website of the city administration.
During this period, the work of catering establishments (they will only work for takeaway), shops (except for those that sell essential goods), as well as shopping centers, swimming pools, water parks, spa salons and fitness rooms will be suspended. In addition, it is prohibited to hold sports events, except for those approved by Rospotrebnadzor.
Petersburg museums and theaters will be able to work only if spectators are admitted with QR codes or certificates of medical evacuation from vaccination. Accommodation of citizens in hotels and hotels will be possible only if the guests have QR codes or PCR tests done no earlier than three days before check-in.
October 21 became knownthat a lockdown has been announced in Moscow from October 28 to November 7. “During this period, the work of all enterprises and organizations on the territory of the city of Moscow should be suspended, with the exception of organizations that ensure the functioning of the city infrastructure, enterprises of a continuous cycle and some others, the activities of which cannot be terminated in accordance with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation”, – it says in the message of the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin.
October 20 President Vladimir Putin announced non-working days from October 30 to November 7, inclusive, with the preservation of wages. Regions with the most difficult epidemiological situation can declare non-working days from October 23rd. After November 7, this regime may be extended.