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Paid sobering-up stations may appear in Russia by October 2021

Paid sobering-up stations may appear in Russia by October 2021
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Commercial sobering-up stations may start operating in Russia as early as October 2021. The examination of the relevant bill on the operation of such institutions should be completed in the Ministry of Justice in the third quarter.

As they write "News”, The order of work of such institutions has already been agreed by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Internal Affairs. After approval by the Ministry of Justice, it should be published and come into force.

The document contains the staffing table, the structure of the institution, the parameters of the premises, the necessary equipment for the sobering-up centers. They should have showers, a toilet, storage rooms and a medical room.

Regional and municipal authorities will be able to open such sobering-up centers. The state can provide areas for these purposes on preferential terms. The services will be provided on a commercial basis by clinics or other businesses. Police officers will be able to bring them to the sobering-up centers, but there are a number of restrictions. For example, it will be prohibited to deliver pregnant women and adolescents to them.

 

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