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In Photos: Moscow Takes First Post-Coronavirus Steps Outside

After two long months of being prohibited from taking walks due to the coronavirus, Moscow's 12.7 million residents were finally allowed to enjoy the outdoors on Monday as authorities pointed to a stabilization in new cases.

Shopping malls and parks also reopened as city officials hoped to give a much-needed boost to the local economy.

Here's a look at Moscow's first day out of quarantine:

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