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Large shopping centers in Blagoveshchensk will be allowed only by QR codes

Large shopping centers in Blagoveshchensk will be allowed only by QR codes
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Large shopping centers in Blagoveshchensk will be allowed only by QR codes. Practice will begin on November 1st.

As reported to IAA EastRussia in the press service of the government of the Amur region, the head of the region Vasily Orlov said that the practice of QR codes, introduced earlier in Blagoveshchensk, will be extended to the Blagoveshchensk region, Belogorsk, Svobodny, Zeya, Tynda, Shimanovsk and Raichikhinsk. There, in order to enter catering establishments, you need to present a QR code or a paper certificate of vaccination issued by the clinic.

The head of the region recalled responsibility for forgery of documents on vaccination - up to criminal. QR code system for those vaccinated against coronavirus was introduced in Blagoveshchensk from October 18. You can enter a cafe or restaurant only if you have a QR code or a negative PCR test.

The Amur Region was among the regions of the Russian Federation, where there was critical situation for coronavirus... There is a high mortality rate and a severe course of infection. This was previously stated by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova.

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