In some regions of Russia, restrictions are being introduced due to the spread of coronavirus infection …
Let’s take a look at what measures have been tightened in different regions as of June 25.
To visit restaurants, cafes, museums, swimming pools, sanatoriums and other public places, you will need to provide a negative PCR test result, received a maximum of 72 hours before the visit, or a certificate of a complete course of vaccination / certificate of contraindications to its conduct. Without these documents, from July 5, they will also not be allowed on intercity flights.
A lockdown was announced throughout the territory, which will last from June 27 to July 11. The restrictions did not affect only vehicles, pharmacies and grocery stores, so it is not possible to visit the local thermal springs and parks. Only vacationers in organized groups will be able to stay in hotels.
For all visitors from Yaroslavl, Moscow and Kostroma, access control has been introduced since June 13. Entry is allowed only to citizens who have provided a certificate of full vaccination, a certificate of a previous coronavirus infection, which had been ill for a maximum of 6 months, or a negative PCR test performed within the last 3 days before entry. All other tourists will be sent to a 2-week quarantine.
Vacationers from other regions will be accommodated in hotels only after presenting a negative PCR test or a certificate of vaccination.
Places for accommodation of tourists are closed for groups of children. Catering places in the period from 00:00 to 06:00 will be open from June 30 only for take-out or upon delivery. The number of seats in public places will be reduced by up to 50%.
All tourists, except for those who are vaccinated or have had coronavirus, are sent to a weekly quarantine.
Tourists will be able to get to the resort only if they have a negative PCR test result or a complete vaccination certificate. The restriction will take effect on July 1. From August 1, you will need to provide an additional document on the medical withdrawal, as well as allow entry to those who are vaccinated with a foreign vaccine.
Until September 1, in Alushta, Yalta, Simferopol and the entire region, the work of concert halls, karaoke and nightclubs is prohibited. Food courts in cinemas and theater buildings were closed and the capacity of halls was limited to 50%. Catering establishments will operate exclusively for take-out at night. At the same time, entry into the region is allowed without a PCR test, and self-isolation is also not required.
Catering establishments can be filled exclusively up to 50%, and from 11 pm to 6 am they work only for delivery. Only vaccinated citizens or those who provide a negative PCR test obtained within the last 3 days will be able to settle in tourist accommodation.
From June 27, entry into the region is available to all citizens who have passed the PCR test within 48 hours before entry and have a negative result or have been vaccinated.
All catering establishments, except for those located on the territory of the railway and the bus station, as well as gas stations, will work at night only for delivery or take-away. The restrictions were introduced from June 24 to July 8. In addition to children’s sanatoriums, the placement of children and adolescents is prohibited. All entertainment in bars, karaoke and nightclubs is also prohibited.
Public areas are limited in capacity up to 50%, and catering establishments are closed from 11 pm to 6 am.
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