Crimean hoteliers predict that visitors to the Republic of tourists EN masse will try to circumvent the restrictions imposed in connection with the threat of the spread of coronavirus. This writes “Crimea. Realities”.

So, there is a possibility that Russians from other regions to avoid the mandatory two-week isolation, will begin to move into the private sector, “some grandmother, who (…) at the garden holds 50 numbers”.

In such conditions, you are unlikely to observe the rules of hygiene and wear personal protective equipment, said the CEO of the hotel chain Happy Seasons Hotels Group Sergey Shchegolev.

“This is really a very big problem for our industry — illegal objects that do not comply with sanitary norms”, — he concluded.

The interlocutor of the edition emphasized that another way to restrict the entry of tourists to the Peninsula, to stop the illegal flow of tourists to Crimea in the near future is not possible.

On 29 April it was reported that all Russians who will come to the Peninsula for recreational purposes, will be sent to the Observatory for two weeks. The new rules relate to the isolation of newcomers, not having the Crimean registration or private property where they could stay during the holidays.

According to the latest data, in the Crimea were 92 confirmed cases of infection with coronavirus. The mode of increased readiness, which involves the suspension of activities of many enterprises and organizations, as well as the self-isolation for all residents, extended to the Republic until may 11.