Moscow has extended
its coronavirus restrictions until June 29, Mayor Sobyanin announced
theaters, playgrounds, food courts, children’s playrooms in malls, and zoos
will remain closed through June 29.
Restaurants and bars
must close from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Theaters, movie theaters, museums and other
cultural venues will only be able to serve 1,000 people at a time. Fan zones,
dance floors and other venues for mass events will be closed.
As of Friday, at
least 17 regions of Russia have reintroduced
Russia on Friday confirmed 17,262 new coronavirus
cases and 453 deaths, the highest number of fatalities since March 18. Of
today's cases, 9,056 are in Moscow, an all-time record for the capital.
will no longer provide routine treatment to unvaccinated patients unless they
require emergency care or treatment for cancer or blood diseases, officials announced
Friday. Patients with medical exemptions for vaccination will
still be able to be treated.