In Bashkiria, from November 10, only citizens who have been vaccinated against coronavirus or who have survived the disease for six months will be able to visit hypermarkets, the press service of the head of the region reports.
“In Bashkortostan, from November 10, visit hypermarkets and other retail premises with an area of more than 1,000 square meters. m will be possible only if there is a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, a certificate of the coronavirus transferred within six months, or a certificate of medical contraindications to vaccination together with a negative PCR test result, ”the message says.
The corresponding proposal was voiced by the heads of the cities of the republic during a meeting with the head of the region, Radiy Khabirov. They explained the need to implement this measure by a large number of visitors to hypermarkets.
“Thousands of people pass through such retail premises every day. At the same time, they are not subject to the requirement that buyers have the relevant documents, as in shopping centers, ”the press service noted.
In addition, the head of the region ordered to strengthen control over the observance of sanitary and epidemiological standards and restrictive measures for unvaccinated residents.
According to the operational headquarters for the fight against coronavirus on November 8, 663 cases of coronavirus were detected in Bashkiria per day, 25 people died. For the entire time of the pandemic, 91,518 cases of coronavirus were recorded in the region, 2,851 people died.