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More than two thirds of Muscovites (68%), after the introduction of QR codes in Moscow for visiting public catering on June 28, stopped going to restaurants and cafes. This follows from the results of a study conducted by Citymobil and ResearchMe, which was received by TIme.
The poll showed that 20% of respondents visited restaurants on June 27-28, before the restrictions were imposed. In general, 30% of respondents in Russia started going to public places less in the last month, every tenth respondent began to use delivery services more often in order to reduce visits to shops and shopping centers.
The study was conducted through polls in social networks, 1650 people took part in it, 910 of them were Muscovites.
The majority (70%) of respondents from Moscow in June noted a change in their habits in moving around the city. A quarter of Muscovites began to walk more often, 21% ride buses less often, and 14% drive their own cars more often. One tenth of the townspeople have given up public transport altogether.
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