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Only those vaccinated against COVID will be allowed to enter the cinemas of Buryatia

Only those vaccinated against COVID will be allowed to enter the cinemas of Buryatia
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Only those vaccinated against coronavirus will be allowed to enter the cinemas and theaters of Buryatia. Moreover, the occupancy of the premises should be no more than 50% of the total capacity.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, group excursions to museums and exhibitions are resumed, but subject to the simultaneous presence of no more than 20 people in the hall. Until August 8, the holding of entertainment, sports and other similar events in the premises has been suspended.

Children's outdoor attractions remain closed, food courts in shopping centers continue to operate only for take-out and delivery. Until August 31, the self-isolation regime has been extended for those with chronic diseases, pregnant women, unemployed over 65 years old, with the exception of those who have been vaccinated.

Lockdown was introduced in Buryatia on June 27 and in two weeks in the region it was possible to relieve the primary health care unit and increase the number of beds for patients. Tourists must present at check-in at the hotels coronavirus test or vaccination certificate. You can also use a certificate of a coronavirus transferred no earlier than six months ago.


     

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