Restrictions in Moscow extended until May 31 - mayoral decree
MOSCOW. May 7 (Interfax) - The restrictive measures imposed in Moscow due to coronavirus, closing down most organizations, museums, car-sharing firms, and parks, have been extended until May 31 inclusively, according to a decree by Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin.
Continuous-cycle enterprises and the city's vital infrastructure, medical organizations, state authorities, law enforcement, banks, insurance companies, public transport, telecom operators, and media organizations will continue working, according to the decree.
Clause 5 of the decree allows industrial enterprises to reopen and construction work to begin again.