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Passengers without masks will not be allowed into public transport in Khabarovsk

Passengers without masks will not be allowed into public transport in Khabarovsk
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In Khabarovsk, public transport drivers will be able to refuse passengers passage if they do not have a medical mask. This decision was made by the regional operating center.

According to the mayor of Khabarovsk Sergey Kravchuk, now three or four out of ten passengers don’t wear medical masks on buses, trams and trolleybuses. The authorities cannot force people to wear protective equipment, so the head of the city suggested giving drivers the right not to let such passengers into the cabin. The governor supported this proposal.

Also, in the Khabarovsk Territory, checks will now be conducted daily for compliance with quarantine measures. If violations are found, specialists will draw up a protocol and send an appeal to the court to suspend the activities of the enterprise.

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