The Council of Ministers on Thursday adopted by circulation with self-amendments a regulation on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders and bans in connection with the occurrence of the state epidemic. This document was included in the Public Information Bulletin of the Council of Ministers. “Basically, the proposed regulation duplicates the solutions contained in the regulation of the Council of Ministers of October 9, 2020 on the establishment of certain restrictions, orders and bans in connection with the occurrence of an epidemic” – we read in the justification.
Removal of restrictions. What awaits us from November 28?
According to the regulation, still high number of cases of infection coronavirus makes it impossible to lift more restrictions. “From November 28, 2020, however, it is planned to restore the possibility of the functioning of shops and services in shopping malls and retail parks in accordance with the strict sanitary regime, with the exception of activities consisting in running playrooms” – indicated.
According to the regulation, in shopping malls and shops will still have a limit of people. There will be one person for every 15 square meters. There will also be hours for seniors (10-12). However, it is proposed to abandon this restrictions on December 24.
Ski lifts and equipment rentals can, in turn, operate under the appropriate sanitary regime. In turn, there will be no changes in the operation of hotels – it is only allowed to receive guests on a business trip, sportsmen, medical staff, as well as patients and their carers.
Activities of restaurants, hairdressers and beauty salons
According to the regulation, all fairs and events can only be organized online. Activities may not be conducted by amusement parks, discos, night clubs, gyms, fitness clubs and water parks. Catering establishments, in turn, can operate “take-away” and “delivery”.
The possibility of operating in compliance with the sanitary regime applies to hairdressing and beauty salons. However, it is required to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 m between the stands. For casinos and coin-operated gambling facilities, the same rules apply as for shops – there is one person per 15 square meters.
In line with the draft, the requirement to cover the mouth and nose in public spaces is still maintained. All the rules set out in the regulation enter into force on November 28.