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One of the innovations will be “tubeless” restaurants, which will be able to enter only visitors and staff vaccinated against coronavirus.

TBILISI, 18 Jun – Sputnik. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced the introduction of new coronavirus restrictions in addition to the old ones, which have now been extended until June 29.

The following restrictive measures have been introduced:

  • playgrounds and playrooms will be closed for another ten days, then – depending on the situation;
  • the mass scale of entertainment events will be limited to a thousand people;
  • will close fan zones and dance floors;
  • in early July, they will start vaccinating migrants with Sputnik Light;
  • in the capital will begin an experiment with “barless” restaurants.

“Restaurateurs have proposed to organize public catering points free of covid. From tomorrow we are starting such an experiment. For starters, in one and a half to two dozen restaurants,” the mayor wrote in his personal blog.

These will be places where all staff and visitors will be vaccinated against the coronavirus. Control will be carried out via QR codes. Minors who are contraindicated for vaccination under 18 years of age will only be allowed in with adults.

Theaters and cinemas will continue to operate.

Also, the city administration considers it vital to start revaccination.

“People who have been vaccinated do not get a booster shot. And they have already run out of antibodies. I know about this problem, and I myself recently did a booster vaccination as an experiment. After all, I was the first to get vaccinated last May before the start of the trial. Now start booster vaccination.” “It is vitally necessary. Therefore, we will work with the government so that they quickly make a decision on the timing and technology,” Sobyanin wrote.

He added that revaccination will be the first component of the vaccine. If there was “Sputnik V” – the first component of “Sputnik”.

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