Krasnodar, 28 April. Certain businesses are reportedly returning to normal life in the Kuban region.
As on the beginning of the current week, a half of the open-air fairs and markets did work, including about forty weekend markets.
“There are no more than thirty stalls per weekend market to avoid crowding and worsening of the epidemiological situation in the region. In the first place, the stalls are granted to the manufacturers and processers to sell their own products,” Roman Kurinny, Head of the regional Department for Consumer Sphere, explained.
A pecuyliar attention is paid to safety issues.
As for the public catering facilities, they may work with takeaway orders only.
In Krasnodar krai, 7,137 public catering businesses are registered, of which about 30% are now providing takeaway services. Enterprises in all municipalities must observe the requirements of the Federal Service on Surveillance for Consumer Rights Protection, in order not to aggravate the epidemiological situation in the region,” Roman Kurinny stated.
The requirements presented to the cafés and restaurants mean that the employer must provide for daily measurements of their employees’ body temperature before they proceed to work, and provide their staff with individual protective gear and furnish the premises with bactericidal lamps.
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