A system of QR codes began to operate in the Republic of Adygea

On October 25, new restrictions began to operate in the Republic of Adygea due to the spread of coronavirus infection. Now, to visit a number of public places, it is required to present a QR code about vaccination, or a negative PCR test for COVID-19,- adygvoice reports.

The code will need to be presented for admission to cultural and entertainment, sports, catering establishments.

In particular, we are talking about visiting: libraries, theaters, cinemas, concert halls, exhibitions; restaurants, cafes, snack bars, canteens, bars, hookah bars; indoor sports facilities, fitness centers, swimming pools, baths, saunas; beauty salons, hairdressing salons; children's playrooms and children's entertainment centers, other entertainment and leisure facilities, including those located in shopping centers, shopping and entertainment centers and complexes.

The requirement for the presence of a QR code or PCR test also applies to persons checking into hotels and rest houses in the territory of Adygea.

At the same time, for children under 18 years of age, access to all these places remains free.