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What are the restrictions for unvaccinated Russians and are they legal
What are the restrictions for unvaccinated Russians and are they legal

Not everyone will be able to enter the restaurants, and some services will be available only by appointment.

What are the restrictions for unvaccinated Russians and are they legal
What are the restrictions for unvaccinated Russians and are they legal

What restrictions are we talking about?

The number of cases of coronavirus began to increase again. Regional authorities are introducing new measures that should reduce contacts between people: they reduce the occupancy of halls during mass events, and so on. These steps are similar to last year's.

But then there was no vaccination against COVID-19, but now there is. Therefore, many of the new measures should encourage people to get vaccinated. The restrictions are intended to create inconvenience in daily activities and make it difficult for those who have not yet been vaccinated to access entertainment.

What are the restrictions in Moscow

  • From June 28, cafes, restaurants and other catering establishments will be able to visit only people with vaccinations, or a negative PCR test no older than three days, or who have been ill within the last six months. To confirm one of these facts, you will have to present a special QR-code. The mayor's website contains detailed instructions on how to obtain this code. From June 24 to July 11, the requirement will not apply to summer verandas - they can be visited without a QR code. It will also not be needed by children accompanied by parents who have a QR code.
  • Multifunctional centers accept vaccinated visitors without an appointment. Persons without vaccinations must make an appointment in advance. This does not apply to some services such as birth registration, social card issuance and compulsory medical insurance policy - they are still available to everyone without an appointment.
  • Routine medical care in hospitals is provided only to those who are vaccinated or to those who have not been vaccinated for medical reasons. An exception is made for patients with oncological and hematological diseases, as well as those who need palliative care or emergency hospitalization.
  • Justices of the peace only accept visitors with vaccinations or a certificate of the presence of antibodies. A mask and gloves are enough for the participants in the processes.

What are the restrictions in the Moscow region

  • You can move into a hotel for more than three days only if you have a PCR test not older than three days, vaccination or a certificate that a person has had COVID-19 within the last six months.
  • From June 28, access to sports and cultural events, zoos, children's playrooms and attractions will only be possible with a QR code. Without it, you will also not be able to visit catering establishments, including summer verandas.
  • From 15 July it will be impossible to use a taxi without a QR code.

What are the restrictions in Bashkiria

  • Without vaccination, PCR test or a certificate of contraindications to vaccination, you cannot visit cultural institutions and mass sports events in closed rooms.
  • From June 29, the ban will apply to cafes and restaurants, beauty salons, fitness clubs, swimming pools, health resorts and student dormitories, intercity buses and the Orlan rail bus.
  • Only holders of relevant certificates will be able to personally apply for admission to a university or college. But this only applies to adults. The rule does not apply to children under 18 years of age.
  • Officials will receive visitors in person only if the latter have one of the three required documents.

What are the restrictions in the Ivanovo region

Employees of transport organizations, gas stations, catering, tourism and trade institutions must take a coronavirus test every four days. But if there is a vaccine or antibodies appeared after an illness, then you can not do this.

What are the restrictions in the Kaliningrad region

Only people with certificates can participate in business mass events. Even so, the total number of those present should not exceed 150 people.

What are the restrictions in the Krasnodar Territory

From July 1, hotels will not accept tourists without a negative PCR test or COVID-19 vaccination. From August 1, only the vaccination certificate will be taken into account. The corresponding order has not yet been issued, but the governor of the region, Veniamin Kondratyev, said so. They promise to make an exception for those who have contraindications for vaccination.

What are the restrictions in Karelia

  • From July 15, hotels, tourist centers and similar organizations will be able to accept guests only with vaccinations or with a PCR test no older than two days.
  • Those who come to the region on a business trip need to have a negative PCR test.

What are the restrictions in the Murmansk region

From June 26, hotels will be allowed only to people who completed vaccination three weeks ago or more, or with a certificate of the presence of IgG antibodies, or with the results of a PCR test. Moreover, private traders who rent apartments for rent will also have to comply with this requirement. And in one room only members of one family can be accommodated.

What are the restrictions in the Nizhny Novgorod region

To attend any public events, including in the fresh air, a vaccination document or a negative PCR test is required. The condition is mandatory, including for the registration of marriage.

What are the restrictions in the Pskov region

  • From June 27, hotels, sanatoriums, boarding houses will be populated only with a document confirming vaccination or the presence of antibodies. A negative PCR test no more than three days old is also suitable.
  • Residents of the region will be able to go on a business trip outside the region only on the same conditions.
  • Mass events with the participation of more than 30 people will be allowed to be held only if each of them has one of the three specified documents.

What are the restrictions in Sevastopol

From June 28 to July 15, it will be possible to book places and check into the hotel if there is a negative PCR test, a certificate of vaccination or a certificate of the presence of class G antibodies (IgG) no older than a month. From July 16, only the last two documents will be valid.

What are the restrictions in the Tula region

You cannot hold mass events with the participation of more than 20 people. An exception was made for film screenings, performances, exhibitions and sporting events, if the occupancy rate of the halls does not exceed 50%. But vaccinated people are not taken into account when calculating it, therefore they are free to attend these events in excess of the quota.

Are all these restrictions legal?

Everything is tricky here. Basically, people are not prohibited from doing anything. There are no punitive measures for the fact that a person tries to move into a hotel or eat in a cafe without a vaccination certificate.

Even if mandatory vaccination is announced, vaccination is voluntary. Simply its absence entails a number of inconveniences.

Who will really suffer because of non-compliance with the rules - business: hotels that decide to accommodate you, cafes that let you into the hall. They can be fined up to 500 thousand rubles or suspend the activities of establishments for up to 90 days. It sounds unpleasant. So entrepreneurs are more likely to try to comply with the restrictions. If you consider this a violation of your rights, you can complain, but where? In Rospotrebnadzor, which decides on the need for vaccination?

Moreover, perception largely depends on the angle of view. You can say: "The unvaccinated were banned from going to restaurants." But you can look differently: "The vaccinated were allowed." For example, in the United States, vaccinated people were allowed to walk without masks.

Be that as it may, the main thing is not to confuse disagreement with the authorities' measures to "stimulate" vaccination and the actual need for vaccinations, so as not to inadvertently take the position "to spite my mother, I will frostbite my ears."