Crimea returned to check PCR tests in children's camps

Head of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov reinstated the need to check PCR tests for children and their accompanying persons upon arrival at the camps.

 Crimea has returned PCR tests in children's camps

According to the changes in the decree, the PCR test must be done no earlier than 48 hours before arrival. This measure was returned the day after it was cancelled. This was reported by Interfax.

In addition, the leaders of the children's camps were required to maintain a coverage rate of at least 95% of the staff with two-time immunization against COVID-19, and to test the unvaccinated. It is also known that earlier the head of the Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, allowed the camps to operate at full capacity, and not with a occupancy limit of 75%.

In Crimea, the high alert regime due to the spread of coronavirus infection has been in effect since March 17, 2020. At the end of February 2022, the number of new cases of COVID-19 detected daily decreased from a maximum of 1300 to 300.

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