The court suspended the work of the Adrenaline Stadium club for 30 days due to non-compliance with the requirements of sanitary legislation at the concert of Valery Kipelov. This was reported on the website of the Rospotrebnadzor administration for the city of Moscow on Friday, December 25.
The department noted that during a mass event in the club, the requirements for the number of spectators were not observed, most of them did not have masks and there was no safe distance. In addition, the administration of the institution did not take any measures to suppress these violations during the concert.
“On December 25, 2020, during the court session, the Savelovsky District Court of Moscow ruled: to recognize LLC National Concert Company <...> guilty of committing an administrative offense under Part 2 of Article 6.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation, and to impose a sentence in the form of administrative suspension of activities for a period of 30 (thirty) days from the date of actual suspension of activities.
Rospotrebnadzor also stressed that the holding of mass events in Moscow on the eve of the New Year holidays is under special control.
The Kipelov concert took place on December 4. Several thousand fans came to watch the performance of the musicians. The group’s manager, Evgeny Odintsov, then said that the club regularly made announcements with a request to maintain a safe distance, masks were handed out to visitors for free, and sanitizers were installed in the hall.
At the end of November, Basta’s concerts, which took place in the Ice Palace on November 27 and 28, angered the people of St. Petersburg. It was reported that during the events, the site was filled with people and sanitary requirements were not observed. As a result, the court fined the Ice Palace 480 thousand rubles for carrying out activities in violation of sanitary standards.