Judge urged to relax the rules-in the sanatorium

Vice-President of the National Union of hospitality industry Alexey Volkov proposes to abolish the requirement of administrations of spas provide upon arrival a certificate of absence of contact with infected with coronavirus in the previous 14 days.

In his opinion, in this case, there is a “question of credibility”: how to check whether the contact; and what to do if contact was, but the man didn’t know about it?

Volkov reminded that the rules are already heavily mitigated. But it is expedient for the position of reference had also been revised, writes TASS.

Previously, the CPS reversed the requirement that campers filed in spas a certificate of negative test for coronavirus. Instead, it was decided to introduce a document about the absence of contact with an infected within 14 days prior to arrival.

As Volkov said, it will give vacationers the opportunity to save money, because they take tests at their own expense. However, before going to the sanatorium to visit a doctor is still necessary, he added.