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Hotels and hostels will resume work in Buryatia

Hotels and hostels will resume work in Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

Starting June 1, in Buryatia, camp sites and hotels will resume work for families and individuals. This was announced at the meeting on the opening of the tourist season by the head of the republic Alexey Tsydenov.

Restrictions from June 1 will be removed for sanatorium organizations that have a medical license and an approved application on the portal “Working Buryatia”. Under the ban, until July 1, tourist-excursion trips by organized groups remain in the republic.

Before checking into hotels or camp sites, staff and guests will be required to submit an analysis for coronavirus in advance. At the same time, the owners of guest houses must have an approved registration on the “Working Buryatia” portal for work, and guests should have a marriage and birth certificate.

According to the press service of the Government of Buryatia, Alexey Tsydenov instructed the regional Ministry of Tourism to create a telephone hotline that will receive anonymous messages about the illegal provision of tourist services. Those who wish to relax at the camp sites will be issued certificates confirming that they have no contact with patients with COVID-19. Vacationers will have to get them two days before arrival.

Now the issue of allowing residents of the Irkutsk region to stay in hotels of the North Baikal region and Severobaykalsk is being considered. They want to allow placement in the presence of negative information on COVID-19.

When in Buryatia they will be ready to receive residents of other regions, it will depend on the epidemiological situation, but this will happen. not earlier than July. 52,2 million rubles will be allocated from the republican budget to support the tourism industry. The money will be directed so that the business can keep its teams. 

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