Most often, men (57% versus 43% of women) at the age of 25–35 visited bars in Moscow in August – September. This is stated in a message from the Hot-WiFi company, which was received by Izvestia on Friday, October 9th.
The experts analyzed the attendance of popular bars in the Russian capital on Friday and weekends for the two months indicated. The collected data was uploaded by Hot-WiFi to the Yandex.Audience site to see the average portrait of a visitor to the bars.
In general, the audience of visitors to the selected bars is interested in the topic of IT, health and beauty.
“There is also a high indicator of attitudes towards the category of travelers and students,” the message says.
Since the end of June, restaurants and cafes have resumed their work in Moscow. However, now they must observe a number of preventive measures: a distance of at least 1.5 m between tables, have antiseptic dispensers at the entrance or antiseptic wipes, control the temperature, and employees must wear masks.
As stated earlier on Friday, the first deputy head of the mayor’s office Alexei Nemeryuk, Moscow is not considering the issue of closing bars, nightclubs, karaoke and non-food stores.
The official added that next week the city authorities will take additional security measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Moscow bars and nightclubs.
Also on Friday, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin wrote on his blog that the city authorities did not record an improvement in the situation with the spread of coronavirus in the past week. The mayor believes that next week will be decisive.
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