Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced Monday the end of a strict anti-coronavirus lockdown in place for weeks in the Russian capital.
From Tuesday, the city’s “self-isolation and pass system will be cancelled,” he said in a video message on Facebook, adding that “Moscow is returning to the usual rhythm of life.”
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