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    want to visot a restaurant or cafe or foodcourt? new rules...

    En Moscow, they were allowed to visit cafes and restaurants only with vaccination or PCR
    Starting from June 28, it will be possible to enter cafes and restaurants in Moscow only by presenting a special QR code confirming the fact of being vaccinated against COVID-19, an illness transferred in the last six months or a fresh negative test

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    From June 28, only “protected visitors” from the coronavirus infection COVID-19 will be able to go to cafes and restaurants. The corresponding decree was signed by the mayor of the capital Sergei Sobyanin.

    Confirmation of protection from COVID-19 will be considered either the completion of the vaccination course, or the illness suffered in the last six months, or the presence of a fresh document on a negative test. According to the decree, a QR code confirming a negative COVID-19 test will be valid for three calendar days.

    "No paper references or certificates will be accepted," Sobyanin warned . According to him, it is possible to confirm the availability of protection against COVID-19 only with the help of a special QR code, which can be obtained from June 25 at the registry of the city polyclinic or using:

    electronic medical records of Moscow;
    mos.ru portal;
    resource EMIAS.INFO;
    a single portal of state and municipal services or a specialised application "Gosuslugi.Stopkoronavirus",
    At the same time, all restaurants and cafes that plan to continue to receive visitors will have to organize a system for checking QR codes. Visitors will be able to present QR codes either printed on paper or simply by displaying them on the screens of their smartphones and other mobile devices. Catering establishments will have to scan QR codes using their gadgets connected to the appropriate databases. Without such a system, catering establishments will be able to work only for take-out and delivery of orders.

    Food courts in shopping centers will be open only after checking the control system that prevents visitors who do not have QR codes from entering the seating area. In ordinary cafes and restaurants, "control points and additional fences should also be created in order to prevent the finding of visitors who do not have a QR code." At the same time, inside the catering establishments themselves, the visitors who passed the control will be able to be without masks and gloves, although the employees of cafes and restaurants must still wear them.

    “Similar rules for visiting restaurants and cafes have been in effect for several months in many European and Asian cities. And the time has come for Moscow to adopt their experience if we want to avoid a new, extremely undesirable lockdown, which will be a terrible blow to thousands of people working in public catering, ”Sobyanin explained.

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    The mayor of the capital admitted that in the process of adapting to the new rules, difficulties may arise due to the lack of information in the database about those who have already had COVID-19, were vaccinated or passed the test. However, these issues, Sobyanin promised, will be promptly resolved by a special analysis group.

    "In the event that information about vaccination or the transfer of a new coronavirus infection by a citizen is absent in the UMIAS, EGISZ, such a citizen has the right to send a request using his personal account on the official website of the mayor and the Moscow government to verify this information," the decree says.

    Sobyanin explained the need for such tough measures by the fact that the situation with the incidence of COVID-19 in the capital "remains very difficult", and in order for the mass vaccination to begin to yield results, "it will take another two to three months."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    En Moscow, they were allowed to visit cafes and restaurants only with vaccination or PCR
    Starting from June 28, it will be possible to enter cafes and restaurants in Moscow only by presenting a special QR code confirming the fact of being vaccinated against COVID-19, an illness transferred in the last six months or a fresh negative test

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    But they aren't required to enter buses, grocery stores, clothing shops, etc.?
    Or, the virus is only communicable when sitting and eating in a public setting; somehow it's tied to food and drink?

    Or....what? Why all these lopsided restrictions? If the virus is terrying enough for QR code lockdowns (from last March) and schoolchildren to be muzzled (in the West), why were the lines stopped where they were?
    Because we don't want to disturb life "too much"? Why? This is one dangerously fatal bug, after all.
    Do these such questions even occur to anyone else?

    Anyways, I say to hell with these food courts and big chain restaurants! Good riddance! If they, with their huge financial pull and clout, and large legal teams, are too pussified to stand up for this, they deserve their bankruptcy!
    It's the small restaurants we should sympathize with, and find ways to support: maybe order takeout or delivery from them, more often than you usually would eat there, for example.
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    The easy solution to this is just to get a chip that not only tracks your health status and allows you to do certain things but would also be tied to an electronic wallet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    The easy solution to this is just to get a chip that not only tracks your health status and allows you to do certain things but would also be tied to an electronic wallet.
    But we are almost there, right?

    The great break thru from the last lockdown was the joining of the bank account, the transportation card and city hall (via gosusligi and qr codes).

    Remember how there was supposed to be abgeofence around your bank card? You were supposed to stay with x km from your house or it wouldn't work? And how if you didn't get a qr code from gosusligi then it also wasn't supposed to work and neither was your transportation card? Although I never tried in real life. I wish I would have. But now, I'm sure it will work as intended.

    And with the facial recognition system in the metro almost coming online and will be prob connected to the city wide camera system (for security purposes) ( but of course it prob already was, remember that story of the woman who caught it, they took her to Siberia hospital, have escaped after a few days, went back to St Pete, they tracked her down and took everyone she had come in contact with back to the hospital?)

    So, the future on Moscow is clear.

    If you want out of the coming lockdown and you want to join polite society, get the vax (and save lives!)

    Bit on theeanwhile, upload your vax info to your gosulgi acct and have your personal qr health code generated and enjoy the peace and quiet

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicklcool View Post
    But they aren't required to enter buses, grocery stores, clothing shops, etc.?
    Or, the virus is only communicable when sitting and eating in a public setting; somehow it's tied to food and drink?

    Or....what? Why all these lopsided restrictions? If the virus is terrying enough for QR code lockdowns (from last March) and schoolchildren to be muzzled (in the West), why were the lines stopped where they were?
    Because we don't want to disturb life "too much"? Why? This is one dangerously fatal bug, after all.
    Do these such questions even occur to anyone else?

    Anyways, I say to hell with these food courts and big chain restaurants! Good riddance! If they, with their huge financial pull and clout, and large legal teams, are too pussified to stand up for this, they deserve their bankruptcy!
    It's the small restaurants we should sympathize with, and find ways to support: maybe order takeout or delivery from them, more often than you usually would eat there, for example.
    the restrictions for public transport or shopping have not being changed. -kroshka kartoshka-,- teremok -, the -shashlik mashlik - places in the foodcourts are all local entrepreneurs. food courts not only have KFC,McD or Pizza Hut..
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    Bit on theeanwhile, upload your vax info to your gosulgi acct and have your personal qr health code generated and enjoy the peace and quiet [/QUOTE]


    remember last years lockdown and having to register also the car when travelling was required? and the nearest police post pulled you out if you were not? the camera system could read your number plate, after all you get your fines for speeding as well this way. and by the way not only i nRussia.. So, the camera systems and face recognition or the likes are working since quite some time already. Try to do somethign silly o nRed Square. you will be surprised how quick the police will be here. we have, like most public buildings, a CCTV camera on our front door. and out onto the children's playground. and those are no duds. you can be sure of that...does all that bother me? no, to the contrary. i can walk the dog at in the night and meet even the local police on the road who are patrolling the area... ( that is why i am awake now and sit on the keyboard. just got back with the dog who had to take a visit to the next tree.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    we have, like most public buildings, a CCTV camera on our front door. and out onto the children's playground. and those are no duds. you can be sure of that...does all that bother me? no, to the contrary. i can walk the dog at in the night and meet even the local police on the road who are patrolling the area...
    Benedikt, CCTV cameras ain't why things FEEL and actually ARE safer here. But that's a discussion for another day!
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