Tourism in Russia: a list of regions has been published where they removed and where they left covid restrictions

Tourism in Russia: a list of regions where covid restrictions have been lifted and left

In most Russian regions, a tourist can visit a museum or a restaurant, as well as check into a hotel without QR codes and certificates. But it’s useful to put a pack of masks in a suitcase just in case, although in most resort destinations they also look at the observance of the regime through their fingers. Medical tourism is another matter, here sanatoriums may require, among other things, a certificate of epidemiological environment. Such details were provided by ATOR experts, who collected detailed information on the “covid safety measures” that have been preserved in the Russian regions.

As experts noted, the trend for the complete removal of restrictions started in early March 2022. Now its relics can be considered a mask regime in certain regions and the requirements of individual objects for the provision of certificates. In general, a domestic tourist may well move without codes and certificates. It is more difficult with masks – two-thirds of the regions have officially preserved the mask regime, including, by the way, St. Petersburg, where nothing has been officially canceled. In fact, wearing masks is observed very formally, but there is a risk that they may be required – in the most unexpected places.

Medical tourism can be called a separate punt, since the vast majority of sanatoriums require a certificate of epidemiological environment from tourists to check in. You may also need a vaccination certificate, a certificate from a sick person or a test. Moreover, it depends not so much on the region, but on the management of a particular boarding house. So tourists are advised to check with a particular object the rules of check-in before booking.

In general, the details for the regions are as follows:

  1. Adygea: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  2. Republic of Altai: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions.
  3. Altai Krai: the mask regime is officially preserved, the ban on mass events is partially in force.
  4. Amur Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, no restrictions.
  5. The Arkhangelsk Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, restrictions no.
  6. Astrakhan region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  7. Bashkiria: the mask regime is officially preserved, private mass events are allowed no more than 200 people.
  8. Belgorod Region: the mask regime and restrictions have been lifted;
  9. The Bryansk Region: the mask regime has been lifted, mass events up to 100 people, only 70% occupancy is allowed in cafes and restaurants, you can’t smoke hookahs in restaurants
  10. < li> Buryatia: mask mode in cinemas, at cultural events, in medical institutions. Up to 75% occupancy of halls at events is allowed.

  11. Vladimir region: both the mask regime and restrictions have been lifted
  12. Volgograd Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, cafes and restaurants can only work until 1:00, discos and public events are prohibited.
  13. Vologda Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  14. Voronezh Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, at mass events the occupancy rate is up to 80%
  15. Dagestan: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  16. Jewish Autonomous Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  17. Trans-Baikal Territory: the mask regime is officially preserved, permission from Rospotrebnadzor is required for banquets.
  18. Ivanovo region: the mask regime is officially preserved, mass events are partially limited.
  19. Ingushetia: the mask regime is officially preserved, catering work limited from 22:00 to 6:00.
  20. Irkutsk region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  21. Kabardino-Balkaria: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions. The work of public catering facilities is suspended from 23:00 to 6:00. Limiting the number of mass events.
  22. Kaliningrad region: the mask regime is officially preserved, the occupancy of the halls is allowed up to 70%.
  23. Kalmykia: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  24. Kaluga region: mask regime only in medical institutions, there are restrictions on the occupancy of public catering and cultural institutions.
  25. Kamchatka region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  26. Karachay-Cherkessia: mask regime officially saved, no restrictions.
  27. Karelia: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  28. Kemerovo region: both the mask regime and restrictions have been lifted.
  29. Kirov region: the mask regime and restrictions have been lifted.
  30. Komi: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  31. Kostroma Region: the mask regime is still in effect, but there are prospects for cancellation. Prohibition of unaccompanied minors from shopping malls and restrictions on holding public events.
  32. Krasnodar Territory: mask regime officially retained, no restrictions.
  33. Krasnoyarsk Territory: both mask regime and restrictions canceled.
  34. Crimea: bans lifted
  35. Kurgan region: canceled and the mask regime and restrictions.
  36. Kursk region: the mask regime and restrictions have been canceled.
  37. Leningrad region: the mask regime is still in effect, but they plan to cancel it in the future, there are no restrictions.
  38. Lipetsk region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  39. Magadan Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, public events with minor restrictions.
  40. Mari El: both the mask regime and restrictions have been cancelled.
  41. Mordovia: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  42. li>
  43. Moscow: all restrictions lifted.
  44. Moscow Oblast: all restrictions lifted.
  45. Murmansk Oblast: all restrictions lifted.
  46. Nenets Autonomous Okrug: all restrictions removed.
  47. Nizhny Novgorod Region: all restrictions lifted.
  48. Novgorod Region: mask regime officially retained, no restrictions.
  49. Novosibirsk Region: all restrictions lifted, separate for local legal entities remain.
  50. < li>Omsk Region: mask regime officially preserved until May 31, may be removed earlier, mass events with minor restrictions

  51. Orenburg Region: mask regime officially preserved, restrictions on mass and corporate events
  52. Oryol Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  53. Penza Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  54. Perm Krai: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  55. Primorsky Krai: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions.
  56. Pskov region: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions.
  57. Rostov region: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions .
  58. Ryazan Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are prospects for cancellation, there are no restrictions.
  59. The Samara Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, masks will be required at the metro entrance, for example, there are no restrictions.
  60. St. Petersburg: the mask regime is officially preserved until June 15; events for more than 300 people only by agreement with the administration.
  61. Saratov Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  62. Sakhalin Region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  63. Sverdlovsk region: mask regime only in rooms where more than 50 people can be at the same time.
  64. Sevastopol: mask regime is officially preserved, public events with restrictions.
  65. North Ossetia: mask regime is officially preserved , no restrictions.
  66. Smolensk region: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions.
  67. Stavropol Territory: mask mode officially preserved, no restrictions.
  68. Tambov Region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  69. Tatarstan: the mask regime has been officially preserved, some restrictions on the work of public catering and cultural institutions.
  70. The Tver Region: all restrictions have been lifted.
  71. li>

  72. Tomsk region: mask regime only for medical institutions.
  73. Tula region: mask regime officially preserved, no restrictions.
  74. Tyva: mask regime officially preserved, some restrictions on the work of public institutions.
  75. Tyumen region: mask regime officially preserved, no restrictions.
  76. Udmurtia: mask regime officially preserved.
  77. Ulyanovsk region: mask regime officially preserved, no restrictions.
  78. Khabarovsk Krai: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  79. Khakassia: masks are required only in shopping centers and public transport.
  80. Chelyabinsk region: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  81. Chechnya: all restrictions lifted.
  82. Chuvashia: mask regime officially preserved, no restrictions.
  83. Chukotka Autonomous Okrug: masks are required only in hospitals, pharmacies and social services. institutions.
  84. Yugra (KhMAO): the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  85. Yakutia: the mask regime is officially preserved, there are no restrictions.
  86. Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug : all restrictions have been lifted.
  87. Yaroslavl region: the mask regime has been officially preserved, there are no restrictions.

For those who value a healthy lifestyle, we recommend reading: “The Russians were told how coffee really helps you lose weight.”

➔ Watch the news on your smartphone? Subscribe to tourism news from Turprom in Google News or Google Discover: these are fresh travel ideas, travel news and collections on sales of tours and air tickets! Or subscribe to the travel news channel at YANDEX.ZEN or at PULSE.MAIL.RU. We also recommend subscribing to our News Channel in Telegram: https://t.me/tourprom

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.