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Tourists are deployed at checkpoints in Buryatia

Tourists are deployed at checkpoints in Buryatia
Photo: egov-buryatia.ru

In Buryatia, due to coronavirus restrictions, they began to deploy tourists, including from other regions, at checkpoints. Even those who did not know about the lockdown in the region are unable to pass.

According to the agency Arig US, in total, 12 checkpoints were established in Buryatia. Tourists usually come through one of them in the Tunkinsky region. There are also guests from the neighboring Irkutsk region, and there are also residents of the south of Russia, for example, the Krasnodar Territory. Of the six thousand cars, 460 were deployed for the entire time.

At checkpoints they can skip, but with fresh negative PCR tests or vaccine. You can also present a certificate of ownership of a land plot or registration. Those who are allowed to pass are required to fill out a special form. It also needs to be filled out by those leaving.

Lockdown will last until July 11... According to the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Irkutsk region, control posts are installed at the entrances to lakes Baikal, Shchuchye, Gusinoe, Torma, Karasinoe.

 

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