25 May 2020

94% of Moscow Companies Comply with Safety Requirements

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The State Property Office has checked 760+ Moscow companies on how they comply with the safety requirements. 94% of them are in line with the rules.

All employees shall wear gloves and masks and use antiseptics to comply with the safety requirements. The companies shall provide a social distance between employees, monitor their health, install protective screens and walls on workplaces. The medical check of employees is a must.

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