Today, June 8, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced on his website the three stages of lifting the restrictive measures introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, and returning the city to normal of life. So, from June 9 in the capital self-isolation, access control and walking schedule are canceled. Hairdressers and beauty salons may return to work. From June 16, museums, exhibitions and zoos open. It is also allowed to attend sporting events, provided that the stands will be filled by no more than 10 percent. Starting June 23, restrictions on the work of the sports industry: fitness clubs, pools and fitness centers are lifted. In addition, the ban on the use of elements of public infrastructure is lifted, which will allow sports enthusiasts to use street fitness equipment. In addition, the mayor’s statement says that resuming organizations are required to comply with sanitary and epidemiological safety requirements established by Rospotrebnadzor and Moscow authorities. Since the pandemic began in Moscow, more than 197 thousand infected with coronavirus were registered. To date, 104,347 people have recovered, 2,970 people have died. Recall that self-isolation in Moscow was introduced on March 30, and access control was in effect from April 15.