Crimean authorities have abolished fees for stays of 14 days of the Observatory for citizens who come to the Peninsula without a specific purpose and without registration of residential and commercial properties on the territory of the Republic. It follows from the text of the decree of the head of the region, published on 31 may in the new edition on the website of the government of the Republic.

Amendments to the decree were included in the relevant paragraph of the document which regulates the stay of citizens in observation. From the text was deleted the phrase that “the costs of the Observatory associated with the presence in it of citizens, including laboratory research on COVID-19, shall be paid the specified citizens.”

As reported IA REGNUM, according to the national authorities, since the beginning of the pandemic in the Crimea confirmed 385 tested positive for new infection. The total number recovered reached 229 people, 11 people died.