The Russian government intends to impose health permits amid a severe...

The Russian government announced that it has submitted to Parliament two bills aimed at “making health pass permits mandatory to enter restaurants and use public transport”, amid a new wave of infections with the Corona virus.

The new legislation aims to “reinforce the low vaccination rates in Russia”, which has introduced many domestic anti-Covid vaccines, including “Sputnik V”, but only about a third of the population received the full vaccine.

As of February 1, 2022, those wishing to enter public places such as bars and restaurants will have to prove that they have received the vaccine, that they have recovered from the virus, or that they have medical conditions that prevent them from being vaccinated.

The government noted in a statement that “the proposed solutions are an emergency measure due to the difficult situation caused by the Corona virus,” and if approved, they will be valid until June 1, 2022.

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