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Bar and cafe closed due to violations of new sanitary rules in Buryatia

Bar and cafe closed due to violations of new sanitary rules in Buryatia
In Buryatia, two catering enterprises were identified that worked in violation of sanitary rules. Among the guests, the social distance was not respected, surfaces and door handles were not processed, the employees did not have certificates about the absence of coronavirus.

According to the press service of the government of Buryatia, violations were revealed during surveys of public catering enterprises. For two days, the authorities examined 47 objects, found violations in 11 catering points and in two guest houses. For several, the issue of suspension of activities is being resolved, but two enterprises have already been closed.

In the Shisha bar, non-observance of social distance was found, the conditions for washing dishes were not followed. Also, certificates on the absence of coronavirus were not provided for all personnel. Tom Yam Bar ignored the GOP demand to monitor the body temperature of workers before the start of the working day. They also did not disinfect handrails, doorknobs, tables, and there were other violations.

According to the chief sanitary doctor of the republic, Sergey Khanhareev, entrepreneurs will receive administrative punishment. Administrative proceedings were instituted against the leaders, the work of the institutions was suspended.

The fine for violation of sanitary rules is for citizens from 15 thousand rubles to 40 thousand rubles, for officials - from 50 thousand rubles to 150 thousand rubles, for individual entrepreneurs - from 50 thousand rubles to 150 thousand rubles, also suspension of activity is possible for up to 90 days. Legal entities can pay a fine from 200 thousand rubles to 500 thousand rubles, the court may suspend activities for up to 90 days.

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