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QR codes and additional restrictions are introduced in Kamchatka

QR codes and additional restrictions are introduced in Kamchatka
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In the Kamchatka Territory, additional restrictions are introduced due to the coronavirus. To visit public places and institutions, you will need to present a QR code.

As EastRussia was informed in the regional government, new restrictions will be introduced from October 30. According to the head of the region, Vladimir Solodov, such measures were introduced at the request of business: in response to the announced non-working week, entrepreneurs asked not to completely close enterprises.

Now, according to the governor, the situation with the spread of coronavirus in Kamchatka is stable. However, it is possible to use codes to visit some institutions in the province. With their help, entrepreneurs will be able to work with those citizens who can confirm vaccination or transferred coronavirus.

The access system will be used in cafes, restaurants, theaters, museums, libraries, fitness centers. In addition, you will need to present the code in order to participate in congress and exhibition events and at meetings of more than 40 people.

 

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