After months under lockdown, Moscow was back to life Tuesday as restrictions eased, luring sun baskers and strollers back to the streets — along with the city’s legendary traffic jams.
But all was not as before in the Russian capital, where face masks and gloves in shops and public transport remain compulsory.
Still, it was a welcome taste of freedom for city residents who have largely been inside since the government imposed lockdown measures at the end of March to slow the spread of the coronavirus…
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