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Tourists from the Moscow region, went during a pandemic coronavirus to the Crimea by car, shared experience and told about his journey. It is reported by RIAMA.
According to one of the interviewees of the Agency, which went to the Peninsula with his family on June 18 on their way “had no problems” — in particular, they did not have to fill any forms or present the results of the tests COVID-19.
“We went on the “paysite” M4, and to the Krasnodar territory have not seen a single policeman, no one can stop us. (…) In the Krasnodar territory passed a single checkpoint, where we were stopped, explained the purpose of the trip. Learning that we go to the Crimea, we were given a transit special pass which was valid for a day,” she explained.
It is noted that currently the Republic can be freely accessible by three modes of transport — by plane, train and car. At the entrance to the Peninsula from the 15th of June from tourists do not require special documents or inspection.
However, according to some travelers, a special area of control operates at the entrance to Sevastopol, near the village Verhnesadovoe.
On 25 June it became known that in the Crimea will not require a certificate of marriage couples staying in hotels. In Rospotrebnadzor explained that the recommendation to move people in a single room due primarily to the risk of infection by coronavirus. The new rule applies to people who were not previously in contact with each other.
According to the latest data, in the Crimea since the beginning of the pandemic recorded 644 cases of infection COVID-19. At the same hospital was discharged 452 recovered patient, 25 infections passed away.
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