The mayor of Moscow canceled remote work mode for 30% of the capital's employees

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The mayor of Moscow canceled remote work mode for 30% of the capital's employees
The mayor of Moscow canceled remote work mode for 30% of the capital's employees
13 August, 15:06City
Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin canceled the requirement to transfer at least 30% of employees of Moscow companies to remote work. Now this requirement is becoming a recommendation for employers.

The cancellation also applies to employees over 65 and people with chronic diseases. As before, employers must measure the temperature of all employees before the start of the working day and prevent those who show signs of SARS from working.

The decree on the cancellation of deletion comes into force from today, it says in Sobyanin's blog.

The easing of coronavirus restrictions is associated with a decrease in the daily increase in the number of cases, the report said, as well as an increase in the rate of vaccination. To date, about 4.5 million residents of the capital have already been vaccinated against coronavirus with at least one component of the vaccine.

Restrictions on public events also remain in force, including restrictions on the number of visitors to theaters, concerts and cinemas, as well as the requirement to wear masks and maintain social distance. Earlier, the mayor of the city canceled the glove mode.

Over the past day, 2.2 thousand cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in the capital. The number of cases has been decreasing since the end of June. At the same time, doctors do not exclude a new rise in the incidence after the return of Russians from vacations.

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