The "test" in this case is very simple:
did the Cabinet's restrictions or prohibitions led to impossibility to use the rented premises?
In order to answer this question, it is necessary to figure out those limitations and prohibitions. As of 26 March, for the quarantine period (until 24 April 2020) the Cabinet of Ministers prohibited:
- to hold any public (cultural, entertainment, sport, social, religious, promotional, etc.) events, in which more than 10 people participate, except those events necessary to maintain operation of the government authorities and local self-government bodies;
- operation of businesses based on reception of customers, in particular, public catering establishments (restaurants, cafes, etc.), shopping malls and entertainment centres, other entertainment establishments, fitness centres, cultural institutions, as well as institutions providing commercial and consumer services, except as concerns:
- companies selling food, fuel, hygiene products, medicines and medical products, veterinary drugs, feeds, pesticides and agrochemicals, seeds and planting materials, communication facilities;
- companies carrying out banking and insurance activities, as well as medical practice, veterinary practice, fuel filling stations, vehicle maintenance and repair, maintenance of registrars of settlement operations, activities on computer mending, household goods and personal items, postal service;
- companies involved in catering with delivery of orders.
Application of the above exceptions is subject to the provision of personnel with appropriate protective materials, as well as compliance with the relevant sanitary and anti-epidemiological measures.