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QR codes will be introduced to visit public places in Primorye

QR codes will be introduced to visit public places in Primorye
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It will be possible to get to catering places and other public institutions of Primorsky Krai only by QR codes. Additional restrictive measures in the region will be introduced in connection with the threat of the fourth wave of coronavirus.

As IAA EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Primorye government, it will also be possible to use a vaccination certificate or a certificate of a previous illness less than six months ago to enter theaters, cinemas, fitness clubs, restaurants and cafes.

As noted by the Minister of Health of the Territory Anastasia Khudchenko, the measure is associated with a consistently high daily number of people infected with coronavirus and a forecast of an increase in incidence. There is no collective immunity in Primorye - less than 60% of the population is vaccinated.

Governor Oleg Kozhemyako instructed by the end of the week to form the necessary package of documents for the preparation of a relevant resolution of the regional government. Within a week, the departments will work out all the options for providing certificates to those who have had coronavirus so that they can not go to the clinic.

Introduced in the Primorsky Territory compulsory vaccination from the coronavirus. About 200 cases of coronavirus are detected every day in Primorye, and the rate of vaccination remains low. Now 41,5% of Primorye residents are vaccinated from the planned indicators to achieve herd immunity.

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