Experts in the tourism industry reminded the Russians of the current restrictions in different regions of Russia and listed the destinations that would require additional documents to visit. The full list is published on the website online service “Tutu.ru”.
To check into hotels in the Krasnodar Territory, Sevastopol, Karelia, Adygea, Dagestan, Chechnya, the Moscow Region and a number of other regions, you need a certificate of vaccination or the presence of antibodies, as well as the results of a negative PCR test. From August 1, the resorts of the Kuban will accept only vaccinated tourists and people with a PCR test, provided they are vaccinated within three days after settling in hotels and holiday homes.
It is also noted that in the Tyumen region until September 12, the reservation of places, the reception and accommodation of citizens in boarding houses, rest homes, dispensaries, with the exception of persons on business trips or business trips, has been suspended.
In addition, to enter the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, it is necessary to undergo express testing at the airport of arrival for the determination of antibodies M and G. Persons with a local registration will require a certificate of vaccination or a PCR test.
Among the subjects where there are no restrictive measures for arrivals were Moscow, St. Petersburg, Chelyabinsk, Sakhalin, Tambov, Amur regions, as well as Altai Territory and North Ossetia.
Earlier in June, the authorities of the Krasnodar Territory allowed hotels to accommodate children under the age of 14 without presenting coronavirus documents. To accommodate children at resorts, you will not need to present any vaccination certificates, no PCR tests, or a certificate of medical evacuation.