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New restrictions: how to get a special pass for moving around Moscow
Recently, the mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin announced his intention to introduce digital passes for movement around the city. So far, their issuance has just begun and you can go to work or on other important matters without hindrance. But already from April 15, it will be necessary to have a new document with you. Such harsh measures are designed to stop the rapid spread of coronavirus infection in the capital. We will tell you how to get a special pass, what it is for and whether your jogging in a forest or deserted park will suffer from this.
What is a special pass for?
Muscovites will soon need it for any trip by car, public transport and taxi. If you walk to a store, pharmacy, pull up on a yard bar or just walk your dog near your home, you do not need a document.
However, the authorities are already conducting spot checks on people who go out on the street without a specific purpose. If the outcome is unfavorable, the police can draw up a report on you or fine you.
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What does the new document look like?
The pass is a set of 16 numbers and letters. The first 4 characters mean the expiration date of the document. For example, if the code starts with 3004, it means that you can travel until the end of April. The remaining 12 characters are a special code, thanks to which the inspectors will be able to obtain additional information about the owner of the pass. To do this, they also have the right to scan the QR code.
Reusable and one-time passes
Special passes are divided into two types: reusable and one-time. The former are issued for commuting only and are valid until April 30.
In other cases, you must issue a one-time certificate, which will be valid for one calendar day. Such documents are also divided into two types. The first is for travel to medical institutions. It can be prescribed an unlimited number of times a week. The second is for any other purpose. For example, for trips to the country. It can be issued no more than twice a week.
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Where to get a special pass?
the portal of the Moscow City Hall
In order to issue a document, you need to follow the link nedoma.mos.ru and select the option Get a digital pass. After that, you will be asked to fill out a form where you need to indicate the type of certificate, the purpose of obtaining it, passport data, car number (if you are driving your own) or travel card. To issue a reusable pass, you will also need the TIN of the organization in which you work. Potential owners of a one-time document need to choose the date on which it will be valid.
After filling in all the fields, you will be redirected to another page. The digital and QR code will be displayed there. You need to save and print this window or take a screenshot in order to have a badge with you. By the way, don't leave your passport at home either.
An alternative way of receiving a document is via SMS. You need to send a short message to 7377. Its text will depend on the type of pass and your personal data. All the nuances of this design can be found on the official portal of the mayor's office.
A unified reference service of the Moscow government operates to issue certificates. You need to call +7 (495) 777-77-77 and tell the operator all the necessary information. Then he will dictate a code of letters and numbers to you.
Remember that special passes are only needed if the purpose of your trip is justified. And forgery of a document threatens with imprisonment for up to three years. Therefore, in all situations that do not imply a vital necessity, it is better to stay at home and endure a difficult time of self-isolation.