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Organizers of illegal tours punished in Buryatia

Organizers of illegal tours punished in Buryatia
In Buryatia, entrepreneurs are identified who illegally organize tours to popular holiday destinations during the self-isolation regime. Messages about the recruitment of tourists appear on social networks, but most of these businessmen do not have work permits.

According to the press service of the republican government, information from social networks on the organization of travel programs is checked by specialists of the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Police and Police. So, in violation of the regime of self-isolation, on May 24, the entrepreneur organized a gathering of tourists on Theater Square, for which he was brought to justice. Also revealed the fact of organization of travel groups on personal transport from Bichursky district. At the same time, before traveling, tourists were also collected under the pretext of communicating with relatives.

Now restrictive measures apply to all public events, including tour trips in groups. Organizers face administrative liability for violation of restrictions. Individuals can receive a fine from one thousand to 30 thousand rubles, officials - from ten thousand to 50 thousand rubles, individual entrepreneurs - from 30 thousand to 50 thousand rubles, and legal entities - from 100 thousand to 300 thousand rubles. In case of repeated violation or if someone has been injured, the fines are tripled for some categories of violators.

In this case, tourist season in the republic open from May 29 and only for residents of Buryatia. When in Buryatia they will be ready to accept residents of other regions, it will depend on the epidemiological situation. However this will happen not earlier than July

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