Became aware of the mass banning of Russians on resorts of Sochi


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A sanatorium in the resorts of Sochi after the lifting of restrictions imposed on the background of the pandemic coronavirus, refused to accept Russian tourists. About the mass banning of tourists became known as “Moskovsky Komsomolets”.

According to the publication, many accommodation facilities medical license demand from customers certificates of lack COVID-19 and clean epidokruzhenii, while the travellers themselves are in most cases not ready to present them.

“Nobody was warned. (…) On arrival we were told that was not allowed until you pass the tests — but where they can pass?” — said the resident of the Moscow region arrived at the resort with family and not admitted to a sanatorium.

As writes the edition, the majority of Russians do not know about the need to produce relevant documents and do not have any information about where the place of residence, it is possible to pass the test or get a special certificate.

The Chairman of the Public Council of the Federal tourism Agency Dmitry Bogdanov said that all the accommodation in advance to inform residents about the new rules in. “All inform! Each sent information when you contact us. But — not read, not heard, decided that slip…” he explained, stressing that the changes apply only to health centers and do not apply to hotels, guest houses and private sector facilities.

On 9 June the Association of tour operators of Russia has explained, what requirements must be completed for the tourists to have a rest on domestic resorts in a pandemic coronavirus. So, they should take the test and get a certificate of absence COVID-19, and to obtain information about epigastric to contact the clinic at the place of residence or to the hot line of Rospotrebnadzora in the region.

Safe and controlled startup of the internal 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. A full season will open in Russia on July 1.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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