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A certificate of the absence of coronavirus will be required in Primorye

A certificate of the absence of coronavirus will be required in Primorye
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In the Primorsky Territory, all arriving in Primorye will be required to confirm that there is no coronavirus. Those who will enter without a certificate will be sent to the isolation ward for two weeks.

According to the press service of the government of the Primorsky Territory, citizens will be required to present the new document from June 1. At the same time, the certificate will need to be issued no later than two days before departure. In addition, all entering information will have to be entered into the questionnaire.

The exception will be only residents of the region: in the absence of a certificate of coronavirus, they will be sent for isolation at the place of residence.

 Restrictive measures in Primorye extended until June 15. In total, on May 31 in the Primorsky Territory, coronavirus was confirmed in 1943 people, 19 patients died. Certificate of absence of coronavirus they also began to demand at the entrance to Sakhalin from May 27. 
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