QR codes in Tyumen shopping centers will be checked only in the evening and on weekends

by time news

From December 3, in the markets and shopping centers of the Tyumen region, QR codes for those vaccinated against coronavirus or those who have been ill on weekdays will be checked only from 18:00, on weekends and holidays – constantly. In water parks, spas, baths and health centers, QR codes will always be checked.

“For catering establishments, beauty salons, beauty and massage salons, tanning salons, hairdressing salons, recreation centers, tourist centers and others, the transition to the QR code system will be postponed until December 24. In addition, instead of a QR code or a certificate of a medical withdrawal from vaccinations at the entrance, it will be possible to show a fresh PCR test. It is valid for 72 hours, ”Governor Alexander Moor said on VKontakte.

QR codes in the Tyumen region have been operating since November 8. From December 3, the authorities plan to expand the list of COVID-free zones. Shopping centers and markets will be added to cinemas and circuses with an area of ​​4,000 sq. m in Tyumen and Tobolsk, from 3.5 thousand sq. m in Ishim, from 3 thousand sq. m in Yalutorovsk and from 2.5 thousand sq. m in Zavodoukovsk.

According to Alexander Moor, the plans were adjusted due to the fact that the measures introduced in the region are working. “The number of newly diagnosed cases per day is decreasing, the number of patients who are seriously ill has decreased. It is important that the Tyumen region has gained good rates of vaccination and, if they continue, we will reach the target by the end of the year. This means that collective immunity will begin to operate, ”he added.

Obligatory vaccination of certain groups of the population is also underway in the region. The day before, the authorities expanded the list of categories of citizens who are required to be vaccinated. Since the beginning of the pandemic, COVID-19 has been identified in 81,502 residents of the region, of which 2,894 have died.

How the attitude of Russians to vaccination has changed – in the material of “Kommersant” “Comprehensive Personal Inoculation”.

Mikhail Manannikov, Yekaterinburg