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Russian tourists are required to fulfill a number of requirements to rest on the local resorts in a pandemic coronavirus. About it in interview to “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” on Tuesday, June 9, said the Executive Director of the Association of tour operators of Russia (ATOR) Maya Lomidze.
In particular, she said, travelers must arrive with a complete set of necessary documents. “The first reference that you do not have a coronavirus infection. Second help — about the epidemiological situation at the actual place of residence of tourist, that is about health,” — said Lomidze.
The interlocutor of the edition emphasized that the restrictions, which independently establish the properties or the administration of resorts, formally “have nothing to do with these reports.” Thus, said the representative of ATOR, the tourists will have to spend more money on vacation.
In order to obtain a certificate of no COVID-19, it is necessary to take the test and for information about epigastric to contact the clinic at the place of residence or to the hot line of Rospotrebnadzora in the region.
Earlier on Tuesday it became known that the cost of holidays at Russian resorts could grow by 30 percent, and the country’s tourist industry will recover until 2022. It is assumed that the price increase will be associated not only with the desire to compensate lost profit, but with the increased demand for domestic resorts, as well as the fact that foreign tourist flow is currently limited.
“Safe and controlled” run of domestic tourism in Russia was held in early June. In the first stage, open the sanatorium with the medical license. Also, the authorities are developing rules to open further hotels, beaches, resorts, cruises and other components of the tourism industry. Full the tourist season will open in Russia on July 1.
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