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The Chuvash authorities will consider the possibility of closing cafes and restaurants for the New Year. The governor of the republic, Oleg Nikolaev, made a corresponding proposal at a meeting of the headquarters for more coronavirus in the region, the press service of the regional administration told RBC.
“The head of Chuvashia, Oleg Nikolaev, proposed to study the possibility of establishing a complete ban on the work of public catering establishments in the period from December 31 to January 1,” the department noted.
From October 10 in Chuvashia acts system of QR codes for visiting cafes and restaurants. At the same time Nikolaev instructed The ministry of digital of the republic to study the possibility of creating a digital service for issuing QR-passes to the owners of a certificate of a large number of antibodies in connection with the transferred disease. The press service of the head of the RBC region explained that the documents will be drawn up after the doctor confirms the analysis. After that, the person will be included in the register of those who have been ill and will be given a QR code.
On the introduction of restrictions on New Year’s holidays also announced authorities of St. Petersburg. In particular, starting from December 27 and until January 9, it will not be possible to visit cafes, restaurants and shopping centers without a QR code, as well as stay in hotels. However, guests can be those who pass a negative PCR test for coronavirus. The procedure will have to be repeated every three days.