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All Russians who will come to the Peninsula for recreational purposes, will be sent to the Observatory for two weeks. On the introduction of restrictive measures at a meeting of the headquarters for anti-coronavirus infection, said the head of the region Sergey Aksenov. His words leads to “the Russian newspaper”.
Clarifies that the new rules of isolation would relate to immigrants that do not have Crimean registration or private property where they could stay during their stay.
Aksenov called these measures are exceptional, but noted that they were taken to limit the flow of tourists in Crimea on may holidays.
Earlier in April, the Secretary of the local Union of tour operators Elena Bondarev said that the increase in tourist flow in the Crimea on the background of the pandemic coronavirus puts the region at risk, as wishing to “sit out” the outbreak at the resort yourself can be his messengers.
In addition, on 20 April, Sergei Aksyonov called on Russian tourists to refrain from traveling to the Peninsula because of the pandemic coronavirus. He said that the call applies not only to those who go on a business trip and tourists.
According to the latest data, in the Crimea were 89 confirmed cases of infection with coronavirus, 29 people were cured. Until April 30, the country has a high alert, which involves the suspension of activities of many enterprises and organizations, as well as the self-isolation for all residents.
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