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Krasnodar Territory will Open for Tourists on June 21
17.06.2020 13:04
Krasnodar Territory will Open for Tourists on June 21

From June 21, the regime of restrictions on tourists will be weakened in the Krasnodar Territory. The COVID-19 test will be mandatory, but the two-week quarantine in the observatory will be canceled.

      Beaches are under the control of Rospotrebnadzor, special attention is paid to maintaining the distance.

      Quarantine in the Krasnodar Territory was introduced on March 31 due to coronavirus. Since April 12, the region has been operating in isolation. Since May 23, authorities are gradually phasing out restrictions.

      In Russia, 545 thousand infections with coronavirus were registered. 7.3 thousand people died. Krasnodar Territory is on the 12th place in the number of cases. The region recorded 5.1 thousand infections and 53 deaths.

      Earlier, tour operators and agents noticed a multiple increase in demand for summer vacations in Russia. 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Krasnodar Territory coronavirus    

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