Guests will be required to present a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of previous COVID infection, or a certificate of medical contraindication for a vaccination with a negative PCR test.
The corresponding decision was made at a meeting of the emergency operations center to prevent the coronavirus infection on November 15.
The initiative to extend restrictive measures for unvaccinated residents to the hotel sector was made by the chief sanitary doctor of the republic, Anna Kazak. She noted that in the ski season, hotels and tourist centers in Bashkortostan were in great demand, tourists from all over Russia stayed in them. At the same time, the requirements for the availability of relevant documents for visitors do not apply to hotels.
Radiy Khabirov supported this proposal and instructed to make the necessary changes to the decree on high alert in connection with the threat of the coronavirus spread.
According to the Ministry of Economic Development RB, more than 80% of employees have been vaccinated at 440 strategic enterprises in the region. The leaders are industry, agro-industrial complex, transport, and road facilities. The construction sector is among low-performing.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health RB Maxim Zabelin said that Buzdyaksky, Chishminsky, Alsheevsky, Ufimsky, and Chekmagushevsky districts became the leaders in terms of the vaccination campaign, where more than 100% of the population subject to vaccination was vaccinated. Radiy Khabirov made instructions to prepare proposals to encourage these municipalities.
Low vaccination rates are still observed in Kumertau, Mezhgorye, Sibay, Beloretsky, and Burzyansky districts.
On the whole, 1,513,967 people have fully completed vaccination in the republic - 60.9% of the population, subject to vaccination.