In Crimea, preserved information about the lack COVID-19 for resorts
The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov said that the decision to preserve as a prerequisite for settling in a sanatorium with a medical license, providing information about the lack COVID-19.
Earlier it was reported that the Federal Agency for tourism and the CPS agreed that the certificate of absence COVID-19 is no longer a prerequisite for settling in a sanatorium with a medical license. Prior to this, the requirement for a certificate was revoked for all tourists staying in the hotels.
According to him, this requirement is preserved for the resorts, as there are vacationers pass a long course of rehabilitation and widely communicate health workers.
"I decided following consultations with the CPS and the Ministry of health to the sanatorium complex reference left, in other cases they are not required," - said Aksenov.
The head of the Republic stressed the lack of help COVID-19, there is no guarantee that the person is not infected.