The authorities of St. Petersburg announced the mandatory vaccination of employees of state-owned enterprises
In St. Petersburg, it has been announced that it is mandatory to vaccinate officials, as well as employees of government agencies and state unitary enterprises. The corresponding decree was signed by the head of the city Alexander Beglov.
Until August 15, these enterprises will have to ensure such a level of vaccination at which 65% of employees will have antibodies to coronavirus infection.
Beglov also announced other anti-coronavirus restrictions: from June 21, amusement parks and water parks will be closed in the city, and the number of participants in congress and exhibition events will be limited to 500 people.
Fan zone Euro 2020 on Konyushennaya Square from June 20 will be able to receive only three thousand spectators, and not five, as it is now.
Seven regions of Russia – Moscow, Moscow, Tula, Leningradskaya, Kemerovo, Sakhalin and Tverskaya – announced the mandatory vaccination of workers in the service sectors, trade, health care, transport and culture. In these regions, employees of not only state, but also private enterprises will have to be vaccinated.
The Kremlin said that there are no plans to introduce compulsory vaccination throughout the country.