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COVID-Free Beach Opened in Sochi

15.07.2021 126 просмотров

To visit it, you must present a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of a previous coronavirus infection or a negative PCR test.

The first beach, which is only allowed to tourists who can document the absence of a coronavirus infection, was opened on Thursday in Sochi. This was reported in the press service of the mayor's office with reference to the deputy head of the city Inna Petukhova.

“We opened the first beach in Russia with a developed infrastructure, free from covid, so that its visitors full confidence in your safety. This is our pilot project, which we hope will receive a positive response from tourists and local residents,” said Inna Petukhova.

It is noted that the beach belongs to the territory of the Lazurnaya Hotel in Khostinsky district of the city. It is fenced and equipped with special identification marks. “The first anticovid beach can be visited not only by the guests of the hotel itself, who, according to the new rules, provide medical documents confirming the absence of coronavirus upon check-in. The beach is open to all guests who present medical documents at the entrance. This is a vaccination certificate, a certificate of a coronavirus infection not more than 6 months ago, or a negative PCR test made not more than three days ago, ”the press service of the mayor’s office noted, adding that children accompanied by adults do not need medical documents.< br>
According to the general director of the hotel "Lazurnaya" Alexander Zakharov, beach services are traditionally popular. “Guests from the city are sympathetic to the requirements to present a vaccination certificate or a certificate when visiting the beach, realizing that resting in a safe zone is in their interests,” Zakharov said, quoted by the press service.

According to authorities, 188 beach areas are open to visitors in Sochi. The owners and tenants of the beaches carry out daily sanitization, all support services are working, including medical and rescue services.

The authorities of the Krasnodar Territory have previously allowed accommodation facilities to receive unvaccinated guests from August 1, provided that they do so within three days. coronavirus vaccine. In the region, the high alert regime due to the spread of coronavirus has been extended until October 1. From July 1, hotels in the Krasnodar Territory will only accommodate guests if they have negative PCR tests or a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus.

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