Moscow bars and restaurants again allowed to work round the clock
MOSCOW, January 27 (RAPSI) – The Moscow City Government on Tuesday lifted a clock round operation ban for public catering enterprises, night clubs, bars, restaurants discoteques and other city’s recreation and entertainment organizations imposed as part of the fight against coronavirus, Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced on his personal website.
However, the nightspots must meet the requirements concerning the visitors’ seating and sanitary rules set by Russia’s consumer rights agency Rospotrebnadzor, he stated.
Moreover, the city authorities vacated an order concerning the remote work for 30% of the organizations’ employees. Chiefs can personally rule to return the staff to their offices or continue distant work, according to the Mayor.