The Agency made a number of recommendations on trips abroad.
Marina Patyashina, head of the Tatarstan Department of the Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights, gave recommendations on trips abroad today at the Business Monday at the Executive Committee of Kazan. From August 21, residents can fly from the Tatarstan’s capital airport to Turkey.
According to the new entry requirements, citizens must fill out a special form on the portal of State public services before leaving for the country. Upon arrival in Russia, within three days, it is necessary to do a PCR test on COVID-19 and post the result on the portal. As M.Patyashina noted, there is an opportunity to do tests right at the airport.
“For violation of the requirements, an administrative fine of 15 to 40 thousand rubles is imposed on citizens. We see the entire data upload from the portal of public services with attached analyses for each arriving citizen. If there are no tests within three days, we will prepare papers for the court,” - the speaker emphasized.
In addition, before traveling to Turkey for a vacation, the head of the Tatarstan Department of the Russian Agency for Health and Consumer Rights recommended to consider the need for vacation. According to her, today the situation in the country is quite tense”.
It is recommended to choose official hotels, do not accommodate in the private houses and hostels, avoid public restaurants – eat outside or in the room. It is recommended to avoid traveling by public transport – take a taxi, keep a social distance, wear a mask indoors, and observe preventive measures at the airport and during flights.