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Anti-COVID restrictions tightened in Siberia

01.11.2021 45 просмотров

For the first time, the Krasnoyarsk Territory introduces a pass system for Siberians who have been vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19. Now a certificate will be required at the entrance to a shopping and entertainment center, a museum or a stadium.

This is one of the most anticipated matches. Hockey "Yenisei" takes Khabarovsk "SKA-Neftyanik". In pre-Covid times, the stadium would have been packed to capacity, but now there are only 500 fans in the stands. From November 1, the limit will increase. At the same time, only Siberians who have been vaccinated or have recovered from the coronavirus will be allowed to compete. How it will be, the Ministry of Sports decided to find out in practice and arranged a small test drive. The first pancake turned out to be lumpy. There was a queue at the checkpoint. But they promise to fix all the shortcomings, and they will find an individual approach to each fan.

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"These will be individual conversations. check all documents, politely and correctly explain to fans and spectators that this procedure is necessary,” said Svetlana Khodyush, director of the Sports Training Center of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

QR codes will become mandatory in the Krasnoyarsk region not only for sporting events, but also for cultural events. From November 1, a vaccination certificate or a certificate of illness is required to visit theaters, museums and cinemas. Medotvod will not help here. And if the ticket was purchased in advance, the refund will be processed without any problems.

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"Surprisingly, including insiders, tickets are given in minimal quantities. There are, and therefore tickets are rented in minimal quantities. Visitors still have QR codes," said Olga Voroshilova, press secretary of the Ministry of Culture of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

And the most significant restriction - the introduction of QR codes for visiting shopping and entertainment centers. A week off is ahead, the weather in Siberia is no longer conducive to walking, and so that thousands of people do not occupy the mall, the authorities have imposed restrictions.

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will not be able to accept such a number of patients and, moreover, provide them with the necessary level of medical care," said Natalia Bakhareva, chief freelance epidemiologist of the Ministry of Health of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

Given all these restrictions, Siberians rushed for vaccinations. According to the regional Ministry of Health, the number of people wishing to be vaccinated has doubled over the past 10 days. Well, for the pandemic to finally recede, according to doctors, at least 80% of the adult population of the region must be vaccinated.

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Despite all the restrictions, the situation with coronavirus in the Krasnoyarsk Territory is still not as serious as, for example, in the neighboring republic of Khakassia, where, in addition to a complete lockdown, a curfew was also introduced. But the Krasnoyarsk authorities regularly monitor the situation, and if the incidence remains at the same level, the region will face new, tougher measures.

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