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Costs for light and heat are compensated for recreation centers in Kamchatka

Costs for light and heat are compensated for recreation centers in Kamchatka
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In Kamchatka, hotels and recreation centers are compensated for part of the cost of electricity and heating. Due to the forced downtime during the pandemic, the accommodation facilities suffered significant losses.

According to the press service of the regional government, 33 million rubles have been allocated from the regional budget for these purposes. According to the acting head of the agency for tourism and external relations of Kamchatka Elena Lassalle, for four months the hotel business practically did not work, placing only those on business trips or shift workers.

Hotels and sanatoriums will receive financial support in the amount of 50% of the costs incurred for light and heat from March to June.

Travel agencies, hotels, hotels and restaurants in the Far East suffer losses due to border closures... The lack of tourists from neighboring Asian countries has already been felt in the large cities of the Far East: Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

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