The document restricts entertainment events and the work of restaurants, cafés, bars, canteens, snack bars and other catering outlets from 11:00 p.m. to 08:00 a.m. Restrictions will also affect even those businesses in which 100% of employees are vaccinated.
Work of entertainment establishments on weekends, days off and holidays is also prohibited, including children's leisure and entertainment organizations, until further notice.
In addition, starting from October 30 shopping and entertainment centers with an area of more than 300 square meters can admit visitors only with a QR code or a certificate of vaccination and a certificate of a negative PCR test result.
The new decree also obliges businesses to transfer their workers over 60 years of age to distant mode of work and their fare-free transport cards should be suspended. This category of Crimeans must also comply with the self-isolation mandate. The same measure applies to people with chronic diseases specified in the annex to the Decree.
Exception: a certificate of vaccination or a QR code, or a certificate of a past illness or a QR code (valid for 6 months after recovery).