St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov has made amendments to the order on anti-COVID-19 measures in St. Petersburg, a spokesperson for the city government told Saint-Petersburg TV Channel.
Due to the growing morbidity rate, cafes, restaurants, bars, etc., are not allowed to work at night time till November 29. The exception is cafes at railway stations, airports and gas filling stations. Entertainment activities in cafes, bars and restaurants are also banned.
Children’s playrooms larger than 50 square meters on the premises of shopping malls, cafes and restaurants are to be closed for the time being.
All companies and businesses, including individual entrepreneurs are to get a QR code confirming their compliance with the sanitary standards.
Transport operators are not allowed to provide services for passengers without masks and gloves.
As of Friday morning, over 700 new COVID-19 cases were registered in St. Petersburg during the past 24 hours.
Video: St. Petersburg TV channel