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The lawyer plans to sue the authorities of Yakutia over QR codes

The lawyer plans to sue the authorities of Yakutia over QR codes
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Zinaida Guseva, a lawyer from Yakutsk, plans to file a lawsuit against the introduction of QR codes in Yakutia. In her opinion, because of such measures, some people will be deprived of the opportunity to recover.

According to SakhaDay, the lawyer noted that the introduced anti-coronavirus measures contradict the Constitution of the region and the country. She is especially outraged by the introduction of codes for visiting gyms, swimming pools and gyms. So some of the people will be cut off from sports, and hence health improvement. She also urged colleagues to join the lawsuit.

In Yakutia, QR codes were introduced by the decree of the head of the republic on October 15. From October 20, they will operate to visit cultural institutions, museums, libraries, exhibitions and concerts. Since October 25, as it was written EastRussia, you will need to show the code when visiting gyms. And from November 1, the system will start working in the public catering sector.

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