The Moscow authorities will return personal income tax to the first 100 businesses in which 60% are vaccinated

Moscow Mayor Sobyanin signed a decree on encouraging businesses that have fulfilled the requirement for complete vaccination of 60% or more workers, according to the website of the mayor’s office. The first 100 enterprises, organizations and individual entrepreneurs will receive a grant in the amount of 100% of personal income tax paid in the previous 12 months, but not more than 5 million rubles.

At the same time, 50 grants are intended for small and medium-sized businesses, another 50 grants – for other business entities. Funds for these purposes will be allocated from the Moscow budget.

On June 16, the chief sanitary doctor of Moscow, Elena Andreeva, ordered 60% of workers in the service and trade sectors, transport, medicine and housing and communal services to be vaccinated against coronavirus.

From June 28 in Moscow, to visit public catering establishments, it is necessary to present a QR code confirming the status of a person vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19, or the presence of a negative PCR test result.

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