More than a hundred public catering establishments have become participants in the anti-coveted zones experiment in the Russian capital, media reports referring to the registry data on the i.moscow portal.
A total of 108 cafes, restaurants, bars and other organizations are participating in the pilot. Among them are "Tanuki", "Tequila Bar & Boom", "Island Cuisine", wine bar "Leto Blizhim" and restaurant "Most Lounge".
As the head of the Department of Trade and Services of the capital Alexei Nemeryuk said, institutions of the new format should work in the near future "All who wish will be able to pass there by QR-code. Acceptance of applications continues, I think it's not the final yet," he said.
Last week in Moscow it was announced an experiment on the creation of anti-vaccination zones in public catering facilities, to visit which a QR-code confirming vaccination is required. Children, who can not be vaccinated yet, will be an exception - they will be let in together with their vaccinated parents.
Staff in such establishments will also be vaccinated.
To visit coronavirus-free zone is possible only by a QR-code about the vaccination, said the head of the Department of Commerce and Services Alexei Nemeryuk. PCR and ELISA tests will not be valid.
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