The Rospotrebnadzor Administration for Moscow reported violations of measures to combat coronavirus in 22 Dixy stores in the capital. These include the lack of control over the availability of masks and gloves among buyers, social distancing, employee temperature checks, and others.
“The following violations of anti-epidemic (preventive) measures aimed at preventing the spread of a new coronavirus infection have been established: the absence of social markings (1.5-2m) on the floor in the premises of stores and at the entrance and the lack of control over the observance of distancing by visitors … there is no control over whether visitors have masks and gloves … thermometry of employees is not carried out … information is not provided on the testing of personnel for COVID-2019, “the website of the Moscow department of Rospotrebnadzor says.
In addition, the stores sold bulk baked goods, the agency said.
“On the facts of the violations identified, 23 protocols of administrative offenses were drawn up under Part 2 of Article 6.3 of the Administrative Offenses Code of the Russian Federation,” the message says. “.
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin warned that the spring peak in the incidence of coronavirus has shifted to June, so the authorities are stepping up raids on catering establishments and shopping centers. On June 10, almost 6 thousand people were infected with a coronavirus in the capital, on June 11 – 5245 people.
How catering establishments and shopping centers comply with security measures – in the material of Kommersant FM, “Moscow authorities will look in with checks.”