13 July 2020,   05:15
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Moscow will test lifting restrictions on walks outside using a schedule system for apartment buildings

Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin has ordered to lift some of Moscow’s coronavirus restrictions starting June 1. All non-food shops and some service sector businesses will be able to re-open, he said. The city will also test lifting restrictions on walks outside using a schedule system for apartment buildings and all parks except for Zaryadye Park will re-open.


Moscow health authorities have more than doubled the city’s April death count from coronavirus or related cases as questions continue to surround Russia’s comparatively low mortality rate.


Russia confirmed 9,035 new coronavirus infections Monday, bringing the country’s official number of cases to 414,878.

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