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Compulsory vaccination for tourists isn’t going to be conducted in Crimea – Ministry of Resorts

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The mandatory vaccination for tourists isn’t planned to be imposed in Crimea. The statement was given by the Minister of Tourism and Resorts of Crimea Vadim Volchenko, reports “The Crimean Magazine”. 

“At the moment, implementation of the compulsory vaccination for tourists isn’t considered. Herewith, tourists can get vaccinated in the accommodation facilities or at the embankments, where mobile vaccination stations are deployed”, — Volchenko stated. 

According to the information of the press-service of the institution, citizens of Russia don’t need to produce certificate of negative test for COVID-19 or vaccination certificate, as for quarantine, it is excluded too. People can enter the territory of the peninsula by any vehicle, public transport operates without restrictions, face mask requirements are in force. 

When you are checked into a sanatorium, you should remember that the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being recommends tourists to have certificates of epidemiological status of people you often contact with and negative PCR test or document approving you are vaccinated. If you are going to be checked into hotels or guest houses, then you won’t need certificates. However, any accommodation facility can introduce its own conditions for checking into, thus you should make clear on requirements beforehand.