On June 12 and 13, Rospotrebnadzor checked compliance with measures against COVID-19 at 334 facilities. More than 20% of them violated the restrictions. The department checked the objects of trade, catering, transport, as well as public events.
“In all cases, cases were initiated about an administrative offense, 71 offenders were summoned to draw up protocols on an administrative offense,” the department said in a statement.
Rospotrebnadzor announced an inspection at 41 catering establishments. Violations were identified at 13 sites. Protocols on administrative offenses were drawn up. Five public catering facilities were sealed “due to numerous gross violations.”
The Moscow authorities have introduced new restrictions on June 13 in connection with the increase in the incidence of coronavirus. June 15-19 are declared non-working days. Employers are again recommended to transfer at least 30% of employees to remote work. Visits to zoos, food courts and children’s playrooms have been banned, and a number of other restrictive measures have been introduced.
Details – in the material of “Kommersant” “Moscow parks and game rooms got under lockdown.”