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National Parks "Kenozersky" and "Onega Pomerania" in the Arkhangelsk Region will Open on June 1
26.05.2020 16:29
National Parks

National parks "Kenozersky" and "Onega Pomerania" in the Arkhangelsk region will open on June 1.

      "In the first summer month, only residents of the Arkhangelsk region will be able to visit the protected areas. All arriving guests will be measured with a non-contact thermometer. Visitors will be required to fill out a notification about the absence of a new coronavirus infection and quarantine at their place of residence," the statement said. Each company or family will be placed in a separate guest house or hotel block. Tourists will be able to make orders in cafes that will work to take away. In hotels and guest houses disinfection will be carried out.

      Excursion services will not be provided in national parks, master classes will be canceled, and payment for services will be arranged only through bank transfer. Registration of permits to visit national parks will also be carried out only via the Internet.

      According to the press service, it is planned that such a regime will operate until June 30.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian national parks Arkhangelsk region    

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