* In this case, there is a question: does such edition of the article consider rulings as the court decisions? According to the general rule, established in each code, a ruling is a type of court decision. However, it is likely that the legislator was referring to the decision on the merits and not the procedural rulings.
Otherwise, any actions, for which the court sets a term for implementation (and in the case of extended interpretation it may be the appointment of court hearings) cannot be taken before the quarantine is over.
At the same time, in this case, all other changes to the procedural codes have no sense. Similar situation is with certain Supreme Court rulings dated April 3, 2020, which rather indicate this interpretation of the law.
It is necessary to keep track of the court proceeding in order, on one hand, not to miss the fulfillment of the procedural requirement, and on the other hand, to prevent procedural violations.