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QR codes will be introduced from November 15 in Primorye

QR codes will be introduced from November 15 in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, QR codes for visiting public places will be introduced from November 15. The regional government decided to introduce a transitional period, which will last until January 1 - it provides for the provision of alternative documents on vaccination or illness.

According to IAA EastRussia in the regional government, documents will need to be presented at the entrance to cafes and restaurants, cultural institutions, gyms. In addition to the QR code confirming the passage of the coronavirus vaccination, you can present a negative PCR test result valid for 72 hours, a certificate from the clinic about the COVID transferred in the last six months. You can also present a certificate of medical exemption from vaccination.

In Primorye, a tense situation with regard to coronavirus remains. More than 200 people fall ill every day. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 73 840 residents of the region have contracted a coronavirus infection.

As previously reported by IAA EastRussia, аabsolute contraindication to vaccination against coronavirus is a severe allergic reaction.

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