Effective from June 28, the parks and gardens of St. Petersburg are open for visitors.
St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov has made amendments to the regulations on anti-COVID-19 restrictions allowing visitors to be admitted to the city parks and gardens since June 28.
All infrastructure objects and constructions in the parks are to be regularly disinfected, souvenir stalls and attractions will remain closed for the time being.
Also, since July 29 zoos larger than 5 hectares will be allowed to open. This means, Leningrad Zoo will be able to open for visitors.
Summer cafes are allowed to open w.e.f. July 29. And, from the same date, beauty partlours are allowed to resume offering manicure and pedicure services.
Photo and video: St. Petersburg TV channel