Russia has had record heat that has never been seen before. When the sun was strong, people disappeared from the sidewalk on the Hinata side of Nevsky Prospekt. However, the bustle of tourists enjoying the short summer and midnight sun is back.
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It is popular to grow vegetables in an eco-house called a dacha and enjoy the eco-friendly slow life of summer. The photo is a black currant from a dacha!
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As the outbreak is re-spreading in Moscow and the number of new cases is increasing, Mayor Sobyanin announced new restrictions in mid-June. From June 28th, you will be required to show your QR code when you enter a restaurant in Moscow. Those who do not have a QR code cannot enter the restaurant.
Those who can get a QR code:
--People who have completed two Russian vaccinations
--People who have a history of infection within half a year
--People who have been tested negative by PCR within 3 days
You will need to fill out a special form on the Moscow Government Services Portal to receive the QR code. According to the restaurant industry, revenue has dropped to 75%, so we have decided that it is not necessary to show the QR code when using the terrace seats of restaurants. Many Moscow people now have a nice summer time eating on the terrace.