OREANDA-NEWSThe phased exit from the self-isolation regime in Russia, proposed by Russian consumer supervision, must be divided into two parts, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Wednesday.

“Those measures of transition to other stages, a phased exit from self-isolation, that Anna Yuryevna Popova, the head of the Russian Consumer Supervision has voiced, must be divided into two parts. The first, the most stringent, concerns the service sector, where citizens come into contact with each other or enterprises that These are beauty salons, hairdressing salons, trade and other services - the start of work of these enterprises can really provoke growth or high dynamics of the incidence rate", Sobyanin said during a meeting on implementation of previously taken measures to support the economy and the social sphere.

He emphasized that the withdrawal of the service sector from self-isolation for the capital is premature. The authorities of Moscow plan from May 12 to allow the work of all industrial enterprises and construction companies of the city.