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QR codes for restaurants and cultural institutions are introduced in Yakutia

QR codes for restaurants and cultural institutions are introduced in Yakutia
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In Yakutia, a system of QR codes is being introduced to admit residents to cultural, sports and public catering establishments. The decree has already been signed by the head of the republic, Aisen Nikolaev.

As EastRussia was told in the regional government, the new rules will take effect from October 20. The restrictions include theaters, cinemas, libraries, museums, houses of culture and other cultural facilities. 

The new system will affect sports organizations from 25 October. Fitness clubs, gyms, swimming pools, ski resorts, skating rinks and more fall into this category.
QR codes will become a necessity for cafes and restaurants from November 1.

 According to the adopted rules, citizens can receive a code after completing a course of vaccination or after an officially transferred coronavirus. You can issue it on State Services and store it either in paper or electronic form.

Mandatory coronavirus vaccination has also been established for some workers. Employers will have to conduct research on coronavirus at their own expense

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