Krasnodar, 21 May.
The Kuban spas licensed to render medical services will reportedly be the first holidaymaking facilities in the region to receive guests starting from June 1, however the visitors will not be allowed to leave the territory of the spa.
The Kuban governor Veniamin Kondratiev stressed that the spas will be allowed to work only if stable epidemiological situation persists. A medical licence is mandatory to permit the facility to render qualified medical aid if coronavirus infected persons would be revealed among its customers.
“[Hospitality] companies may resume work in accordance with the regulations approved by the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Welfare. The holidaymakers should produce a voucher to be allowed to go to the spa. The tourists may be staying only in the territory of the spa, which will be held responsible for that. Also, shuttles from the railway terminals and airports to the spas should be organised, so that the tourists should be moving in an orderly manner,” Mr. Kondratiev stated.
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