In Sevastopol, the mandatory mask regime is canceled
Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev signed amendments to Decree No.-UG «On the introduction of a high alert regime on the territory of the city of Sevastopol». The main thing in it is the abolition of the mandatory mask regime in Sevastopol from June 6. Wearing masks — «recommended«, no more.
What changes were made by the decree on the «high alert» mode:
⁃ the high alert mode in Sevastopol has been extended until 31 July 2022 of the year;
⁃ the ban on booking places and receiving organized groups of children in accommodation facilities has been lifted. Accommodation of groups of children will be possible provided that the hotels send notifications of inclusion in the list of accommodation facilities and notifications of the placement of children’s groups to Rospotrebnadzor and the tourism department of the city of Sevastopol in the approved form. The Tourism Department, in turn, will form an appropriate list of such accommodation facilities;
⁃ From June 6, the obligation to wear masks for citizens when visiting shopping facilities (service facilities), other premises with a mass stay of people, in public transport, as well as when using taxi services is removed. This norm will now be advisory in nature;
⁃ from June 6, legal entities can sell goods, provide services and let people without masks into the territory of shopping facilities — this ban has also been lifted.
FROM THE EDITOR: Razvozhaev — well done. And, note, the decision to cancel the masks in the region is being made is by no means “at the federal level”, right, Rospotrebnadzor?