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The system of electronic passes will be introduced in Transbaikalia in stages

The system of electronic passes will be introduced in Transbaikalia in stages
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In Chita and the Chita district of the Trans-Baikal Territory, a system of electronic passes is phased in. From May 1, it will begin to operate for non-working citizens, and from May 7 - for everyone else.

According to the press service of the regional government, employers should deal with the design of long-term digital passes. To do this, they need to fill out an application for public services “Collection of information about employees who need to go to work” through the Unified portal of state and municipal services.

Citizens can also use this resource or the STO Coronavirus government services mobile application to obtain a digital pass. They need to draw up a document in order to go to the store, walk the dog, visit the hospital.

Its validity period is from 1 to 24 hours. You can write it out an unlimited number of times a day. For travel over long distances, but within the Chita region, a pass can be issued no more than twice a week.

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