Moscow has passed the peak values for coronavirus, a decrease in the incidence is recorded. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said so on Sunday. According to the mayor, the situation is still tense. At the same time, not everyone in the city follows safety measures.
The ship is approaching the pier. Passengers hurriedly put on masks at the sight of the camera and inspectors. There is a big party on board. No restrictions – all tables are occupied. There are hundreds of guests on the dance floor. There is very little time for landing. They rise literally in a crowd.
At the entrance there is a sign “Keep a distance of one and a half meters.” But, in fact, there can be no talk of any distance now.
Reminders of the mandatory observance of safety measures on the wall are like a piece of decor. And although the organizers of the party warned guests about the need for vaccinations or the presence of a negative test for covid, only tickets are checked at the entrance.
– I have PCR, I took it yesterday, yes.
– Well, this is long. There is everything, there is. Do not worry.
– Can you show us your QR code?
– Yes, but I don’t have my phone with me. Because I am here now.
Based on the results of the check, a protocol on an administrative offense was drawn up. Party organizers face a large fine, or even cover up the fun.
“The organizer will be summoned to the department. Penalties go up to 300 thousand rubles. In case of damage to human health, the fine is provided for up to a million rubles. Or suspension of activities for 90 days,” said Dmitry, First Deputy Head of the Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections in Moscow Voronkov.
Such raids take place every day. Technical service inspectors check dozens of ships. Despite the difficult covid situation, almost everyone has violations.
“There are numerous violations. They are expressed in non-observance of social distance, as well as wearing personal protective equipment. The organizers are to blame. They are responsible for ensuring that these rules are followed,” explained Oleg Ivanov, first deputy head of the Transportation Organizer.
Checks not only on water transport – daily raids in the metro and public places. The main task is not fines, but to enforce antiquity measures. Masks, gloves and distance are needed to save hundreds of lives.
Source: Вести.Ru by www.vesti.ru.
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