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Security measures at the entrance to Crimea to be enhanced
View of the Crimean bridge
New restrictions are imposed on all people arriving in Crimea. They will be required to self-isolate for a period of 14 days from the moment of the arrival. Corresponding amendments will be made to the Decree of the Head of the Republic of Crimea No. 63-U, − said Yuri Gotsanyuk, the Prime Minister of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea.

Accommodation facilities in Crimea stopped booking and receiving touristsuntil this summer >>

"So, these people are obliged not to visit their place of work or study, exclude visits to public places. Also, at checkpoints on the Crimean borders, all people will be given a memo on how to behave while on self-isolation, as well as contact details of medical institutions for prompt call in case they feel worse", — Yuri Gotsanyuk explained.

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The border between Crimea and Ukraine is closed
Prohibition sign
As reported, a state of High Preparedness for Emergency was announced in Crimea on March 17 in accordance with the Decree of the Head of the Republic. During this period it is forbidden to hold children's, sports, cultural, spectacular, public and other mass events. Schools have to change over to distance learning, shops and shopping centers, cinemas, cultural institutions, swimming pools, spa centers and parks have to stay closed. A general self-isolation regime is obligatory for all. It obliges people not to leave their place of residence (or accommodation), with the exception of cases specified in the Decree.