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Crimean authorities have explained the introduction of fees for accommodation at the Observatory of Russians travelling “aimlessly” on the Peninsula. This was reported on the website of the government of the Republic.
The corresponding decree was signed in connection with the need to run the tourist season. “These decisions are made and to ensure that in accordance with the requirements of the CPS and in consultation with all interested parties to be able to launch the tourist season and for the residents of Crimea, and citizens of other subjects of the Russian Federation”, — reads the statement of the government.
The government is reminded that most cases of infection with coronavirus — imported.
In addition, the decree obliged all employers to report the arrival of staff on duty no later than 7 calendar days before the date of arrival in the Crimea.
What amount will have to pay for being in the Observatory, which are deployed mainly on the basis of sanatorium-resort establishments of the Crimea is not specified. While earlier the fee for the stay in such institutions was not taken.
24 may it was reported that the Russians, who come to the Crimea without a specific purpose, will begin to put in Observatory at their expense. “We are all waiting for the holiday season, but not need nothing to do to create a problem for us. Every visit of yours is an additional burden on the authorities and health system, let us respect each other”, — said the head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov.
As of may 24, in the Crimea recorded 326 cases of infection with coronavirus, in Russia contracted 344 481 people; 153 patients with coronavirus infection on the Peninsula recovered, three died.
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