Extension of restrictions in Moscow until June 14 and new support measures

The Mayor of Moscow signed a decree dated May 27, 2020.No. 61-UM (hereinafter referred to as the "Decree"), which extended the self–isolation regime, the access regime and most restrictive measures until June 14, 2020. Previously issued work passes will be automatically extended. The procedure for issuing digital passes for one-time trips will remain the same.

At the same time, from June 1, 2020, all parks of the city (with the exception of Zaryadye) will be open to the public, and residents, including people over 65 and citizens with chronic diseases, will be able to leave the house for walks (from 09:00 to 21:00 and no more than three times a week) and classes sports (until 09:00). However, the mask regime will be strengthened (masks will need to be worn everywhere, except at home) and certain rules for walking will be established. The schedule of "walking days" for residents of each house will be published on .

In addition, from June 1, 2020, restrictions on the operation of all retail facilities, car dealerships, architectural and design bureaus, dry cleaners, laundries and repair shops, as well as organizations engaged in advocacy, will be lifted. However, employers will need to take measures aimed at minimizing the full-time presence of persons ensuring the implementation of relevant activities (only those employees whose presence is necessary for technological reasons will be able to start working), as well as to ensure an enhanced disinfection regime, compliance with social distancing and other sanitary requirements established by the Decree.

Earlier, the Mayor of Moscow announced the opening of multifunctional public service centers "My Documents" (MFC) from May 25, 2020 and the resumption of carsharing.

Also, the Mayor of Moscow announced the expansion of the list of industries affected by the pandemic and eligible for state support:
It was decided to extend to private medical clinics until December 31, 2020 the deadline for payment of advance payments for the first quarter of 2020 on property tax and land tax. In addition, private clinics that lease land plots and non-residential facilities owned by the city will be exempt from rent for the period from March 1, 2020 until the end of the high alert regime, but not earlier than July 1, 2020.
Print kiosks will be exempt from payments for the right to carry out trading activities for 3 months – from April 1 to June 30, 2020.
In addition, the Moscow Government has approved the procedure for the payment of grants to owners and landlords of commercial real estate, which is used for trade, catering, household services, hotels. They will be able to use these funds to compensate for property and land payments.

The Moscow Government is also launching a program of pilot testing of developments for small innovative companies. Several dozen Moscow universities, industry institutions, commercial companies and other sites are ready to provide their infrastructure for pilot testing of innovative products in real or as close to them as possible conditions. You can apply for participation in the pilot testing on the website /.