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The ban on catering at night will come into force on November 8 in Yakutia

The ban on catering at night will come into force on November 8 in Yakutia

Cafes and restaurants in Yakutia will stop working from 23:00 to six in the morning from November 8. From the same period, the requirement for admission to shopping centers by the QR code of the vaccinated or recovered comes into force.

As reported to IAA EastRussia in the press service of the government of the republic, non-working days with the preservation of wages are established in the region from October 30 to November 7 inclusive. During this period, only life support organizations, enterprises of a continuous cycle, medical organizations, pharmacies, enterprises for the production of medical oxygen, grocery stores and points of sale of essential goods, as well as catering enterprises, cultural institutions, hotels will work.

Trade organizations can work remotely. Food courts - delivery and takeaway only. You can get to cultural institutions and catering enterprises by the QR code of a vaccinated person or someone who has been ill, upon presentation of a negative PCR test or a medical withdrawal.

In kindergartens, schools, organizations of additional education and sports training, holidays are announced on official non-working days. Duty groups will work in kindergartens. Unvaccinated residents of the republic over 60 years old must be in self-isolation. Employers are advised to transfer to teleworking for four weeks to get vaccinated against coronavirus for employees over 60 years old and those with chronic diseases.

All Russian restaurants and cafes will stop working at night. The ban is imposed on the work of catering and entertainment establishments from 23:00 to six in the morning. Such instruction was given by Russian President Vladimir Putin to the governors and Rospotrebnadzor. Last week, Vladimir Putin announced in Russia days off from October 30 to November 7. Wages for Russians on non-working days will remain. 

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