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New Covid-19 regulations in Moscow

Starting Monday, June 28, Moscow restaurants will only accept diners who present an official QR code proving their vaccination, recovery from Covid-19 over the past six months or negative PCR test results conducted within 72 hours.

Remote Labour Regulation

A new Federal Law №407-FZ as of December 08, 2020, comes into force on January 01, 2021. This law was enacted to regulate remote labour in a more detailed and complete way, which will grant a higher level of flexibility and protection to both the employer and the employee.

Road Regulation News

1. Only public transport and taxis in bus lanes

2. Opportunity to change lanes in Moscow tunnels

3. Electronic notification of an accident

Moscow Mayor signed Decree further lifting COVID-19 restrictions

On 9 July 2020, Mayor of Moscow, Sergey Sobyanin signed Decree № 77-УМ further lifting COVID-19 related restrictions in two more phases, primarily in the field of education, culture, leisure and entertainment industry as well as the provision of services to the population. In the event of a worsening epidemiological situation, the resumption of individual facilities may be postponed to a later date.

Moscow Mayor signed Decree lifting COVID-19 restrictions

On 8 June 2020, Mayor of Moscow - Sergey Sobyanin, signed Decree №68-УМ lifting COVID-19 restrictions in three stages.

COVID-19: Moscow Mayor announced the second phase of lifting current COVID-19 restrictions.

On May 27, 2020, Moscow Mayor, Sergey Sobyanin signed Decrees №61-УМ and №62-УМ which on the one hand extend the present lockdown regime until June 14, 2020, and on the other hand ease or abolish some of the restrictions.

COVID-19: new measures

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the end of the non-working regime on May 11 2020. Starting May 12, the stage of easing the regime of restrictions begins. However, the exit from restrictions will not be instantaneous.

Digital passes for any travel on public or personal transport

Moscow introduces digital passes for any travel on public or personal transport from Wednesday April 15, 2020.*

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