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Remove restrictions for domestic tourism in Russia will begin on June 1

Remove restrictions for domestic tourism in Russia will begin on June 1
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From June 1, Russia will begin to gradually remove restrictions on domestic tourism. This was at a briefing on the prospects for the restoration of the tourism industry, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko.

Recommendations for lifting restrictions for the tourism industry will be prepared and published by the end of May. At the same time, Russians are still not advised to rest abroad. The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova noted that upon returning from a trip abroad, tourists will have to endure a two-week quarantine at their own expense.

Earlier, representatives of the Federal Tourism Agency reported that first, after lifting the restrictions, sanatoriums will open with medical licenses. The department insists that they should not be quarantined, even if cases of coronavirus are found among patients. Apart from resorts, apart-hotels and hotels with cottage accommodation will be able to resume work.

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