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Quarantine for visitors without symptoms of acute respiratory viral infection was canceled in Primorye

Quarantine for visitors without symptoms of acute respiratory viral infection was canceled in Primorye
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Mandatory quarantine for those arriving in Primorye without ARVI symptoms was canceled. The decision will enter into force on June 7. Previously, any visitor should have been in quarantine for 14 days, even if he was healthy.

According to the press service of the government of the Primorsky Territory, such a decision was made by Governor Oleg Kozhemyako. According to him, now it is no longer necessary to provide a certificate on the absence of coronavirus disease. Rospotrebnadzor employees will continue to measure the temperature of visitors.

Imported cases of coronavirus infection in Primorye constitute no more than 3% of the total. Oleg Kozhemyako noted that relaxation does not mean lifting restrictions - control at checkpoints will be strengthened.

From June 7, all those entering the Primorsky Territory will have to pass a survey from Rospotrebnadzra. This now applies not only to passengers of air, but also to land transport.

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