In occupied Crimea the certificates on COVID-19 for vacationers in sanatoria were canceled
Rospotrebnadzor has eased the requirements for the operation of sanatoriums with a medical license in occupied Crimea. Now, when arriving, guests do not need a certificate of absence of coronavirus.
This is stated in the document with changes in the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor on the organization of sanatoriums.
At the same time, tourists must show a certificate stating that they have not been in contact with the infected people during the previous 14 days.
"Upon admission to the sanatorium, vacationers, in addition to the required package of documents, must provide a certificate or mark in the package of documents on lack of contact with patients with COVID-19 within the previous 14 days, issued by a medical organization no later than three days before departure", - stated in the document.
The text also states that when settling tourists will measure the temperature, and then - once a day. Masks should be used indoors if other people are present. At the same time in the objects of accommodation should be in sufficient quantities of masks and gloves for vacationers.
What is known
- On June 15, sanatoriums, boarding houses, hotels and motels started operating for Crimeans, as well as citizens with Crimean residence.
- From July 1, the objects of the sanatorium-resort complex will be able to take residents from Russia on vacation.