The document, which is published on the website of the Cabinet of Ministers, states that special attention should be paid to the provisions "that most affect the rights and interests of citizens."

The departments must report on the execution of the order by June 8.

On June 1, Moscow began the second stage of easing the restrictions imposed due to coronavirus. The work of many trade and service enterprises is resuming. Residents of the city, including the elderly over 65 and citizens with chronic diseases, can leave the house for walks and sports. Newly opened parks and green areas, except for the Zaryadye park.

In addition, car dealerships and non-food stores were opened. The weekend fairs and bike rentals began again.

On June 2, Moscow Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov announced that business should prepare in advance for resuming work after lifting restrictive measures in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare.

Anatoly Altstein, a virologist, professor at the N. Gamalei Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology, in an interview with the publication Arguments and Facts, assessed the situation with the removal of restrictions imposed due to coronavirus in Russia.