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Russia's capital announced new curbs on recreation and nightlife and a "non-working week" in hopes of slowing new Covid-19 cases.
Artyom Geodakyan / TASS

Moscow Re-Introduces Restrictions as Virus Surges

As Moscow grapples with a new spike in Covid-19 cases amid stubbornly low vaccination rates, the city signed has ordered new restrictions and declared a “non-working week” from June 14-20.

The latest restrictions mainly apply to recreation and leisure, from eating at the mall’s food court to visiting the Moscow Zoo.

Here’s a closer look at the Russian capital’s latest measures to slow the spread of the virus:

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