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Digital passes began to be issued in Transbaikalia

Digital passes began to be issued in Transbaikalia
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To move around Chita and the Chita region in Transbaikalia, digital passes are introduced. You can apply for travel permits online.

According to the press service of the government of the Trans-Baikal Territory, the digital pass is a QR code that law enforcement officers can scan. You can get a pass online on the website of the regional ministry of housing and communal services in the special section "Digital pass".

According to the decision of the governor of Transbaikalia, a digital pass for residents whose work is not suspended, must draw up from May 2. At the first stage, residents can obtain passes on their own, and from May 7, a digital pass must be issued by the employer.

You need to get a pass to travel around Chita and the Chita Region for going to a store or pharmacy. To do this, you need to specify the exact address of the destination, the address of the actual location, passport data and other information. The pass to the pharmacy is valid for two hours.
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