Sergei Boyarsky criticized Evgeny Yelin's statements about coronavirus restrictions. He shared his own thoughts on the issue on his Instagram.
“Friends, new restrictions on New Year's holidays are being introduced in St. Petersburg. I still doubt their effectiveness. We treat one thing, cripple the other, in simple terms. Theaters, museums, excursions, restaurants, cafes … These are all - jobs, families, destinies. This is the circulatory system of the city's economy. The specialists, of course, know better, but I have one question: is it possible, humanly, to address people with explanations? To be understood and supported, united, and not embittered once again, "- Sergei Boyarsky shared the record.
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In the video, which he filmed from his car, the parliamentarian said that he understands how difficult it is to make decisions about the coronavirus restrictions of the government. These restrictions, according to Boyarsky, have been "achieved through suffering" and need clarification.
“But when I hear the question:" Will there be measures to support small business? " - the answer: "There are still 360 days, you don't get good on every sneeze" - this is a quote - I feel ashamed, "Boyarsky shared with his Instagram subscribers.
Due to the aggravated epidemiological situation, the Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov signed a decree according to which St. Petersburg catering establishments will be closed on New Year's holidays from December 30 to January 3.