The epidemic situation has worsened in the occupied peninsula.Crimeans over 65 were forbidden to leave the house / photo from UNIAN, Viktor Kovalchuk
In the occupied Crimea, the “authorities” have tightened quarantine measures due to the difficult situation with the coronavirus. It even got to the point of banning pensioners from leaving their homes.
Crimean media write about this with reference to the “decree” of the head of the occupation administration of the peninsula, Sergei Aksenov.
In particular, all residents of the peninsula over 65 were forbidden by the occupiers to leave their homes from October 25 and “until further notice.” The only exceptions are cases of direct threat to life or health.
In addition, a QR code system is being introduced at the entrance to:
- to restaurants, cafes, canteens, bars, snack bars, food courts;
- to karaoke clubs, hookah bars, as well as discos, nightclubs, concert and dance halls, including those located on the territory of catering establishments, and other similar organizations;
- beauty salons, hairdressing salons, beauty salons, spa salons, massage salons, solariums, baths, saunas, swimming pools, fitness centers and other sports facilities;
- organization of leisure of citizens, including cinemas (cinemas), theaters, libraries, museums, circuses;
- for walking and bus excursions; in organizations and institutions providing state and municipal services.
Restrictions will also affect cinemas, circuses and other cultural institutions – no more than half of the number of seats can be located there.
Coronavirus in Crimea
According to the occupation authorities, for the entire time of the pandemic in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, almost 90 thousand people fell ill with coronavirus, 2.8 thousand were recorded deaths. Over the past day, 612 cases of the disease were detected on the peninsula.