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The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov told about the new rules of stay in the Republic in the summer of 2020. Recommendations for tourists, he revealed in an interview with TV channel “Russia 1”.
According to Aksenov, the Peninsula has removed a number of restrictions imposed due to pandemic coronavirus. From 1 July on the territory will allow the entry of citizens of other regions of Russia, while on the bridge across the Kerch Strait will operate in temperature control.
“If there are signs of SARS, the visitor will give to the medics. In case of detection of the coronavirus, he will be hospitalized. (…) Other measures at the entrance are not expected, from the survey we refuse”, — said the head of the Republic.
Also, under the new rules for settlement in the health resort guests need help no COVID-19, in hotels such documents are not needed. At the same time, all units must comply with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor, the most difficult of which, according to Aksenov, is to prevent staff from becoming infected.
“If on-site sick people, there is a risk of turning the hotel to the Observatory. It’s one thing if the ill traveler (…), and another — if you catch an employee who communicates EN masse with visitors,” — said the head of the region, adding that while “not everyone understands how to work in such conditions”.
In addition, in the Crimea adopted the new recommendations for the operation of the beaches and “not all of them can do”. “Demand from the resorts, so the staff went and put the tourists at a distance of 1.5 meters from each other, I will not”, — said Aksenov, adding that the owners “you have to remember that in the case of infection of the coronavirus tourists they bear responsibility.”
According to the head of the Crimea, this year the flow of tourists to the resorts is not reduced, because there are “recommendations regarding the travel of citizens abroad.” In summer, guests of the Peninsula will be available to all objects in the fresh air, the only thing that is still closed, cinemas and concert halls.
Earlier, the head of the Ministry of resorts and tourism of the Republic Vadim Volchenko announced the start of “the hot period” in Crimea. From 15 June on the Peninsula, removed the regime of self-isolation for local residents, and abolished the compulsory observation for visitors, in July, the resorts will be open for all Russians.
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