the Requirements that CPS have developed Spa facilities, an urgent need to equate to those recommendations that the Agency proposes to hotels. This was stated by the honorary President of the Russian Union of travel industry Sergei Shpilko.
In the PCT explained that the Russian sanatoria asked the authorities to soften the conditions of work. Due to the strict requirements of Rospotrebnadzor most of the resorts are unable to start the season, and the few that opened, working at a loss. The main beneficiaries in the current situation the hotel requirements that are much softer and generally uncontrolled private sector, reports RIA “Novosti”.
“we can Not allow this injustice. The first thing you need to take immediate action that would change the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor to sanatoriums, to level them with the hotel. And the second is to create tools to protect the interests of Sankara in the framework of the state Duma and Executive power,” — commented the representative of the PCT.
however, he pointed out that across the country there are 430 thousand jobs in the sanatorium complex, and 6.5 million people annually use the services of the industry.
Meanwhile, according to estimates Qiwi payment service, the Russians were more likely to purchase travel vouchers after the start of lifting the restrictive measures. Experts have analyzed the dynamics of Russians ‘ spending in the period of the coronavirus pandemic from March 1 to June 15, 2020. From the 8th of June there has been a noticeable increase in purchases of travel packages after a sharp decline in March—may, which amounted to 81% compared to last spring.
Recall that the outbreak of pneumonia caused by a coronavirus infection (COVID-2019), was formally recorded in December 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan. March 11, 2020, the world health organization (who) officially recognized the situation with coronavirus pandemic. To date, cases of infection were recorded in almost 200countries and regions of the world. In General, the number of infected COVID-2019 in the world exceeded 9 million people, died more than 472 thousand. The pandemic has had devastating effects on the world economy. Under the powerful kick hit many industries, including transport, tourism, hospitality, automotive, construction, retail, and entertainment.
March 25, in a televised address to the nation Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed “extreme importance” to prevent “the threat of a rapid spread of the disease.” In this regard, he announced the week of 30 March-5 April “off, with pay”. April 2 in the course of the next televised address, the President stated that the threat from pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19 is maintained. Putin has decided “to extend the state of non-working days until the end of the month, ie April 30, inclusive”, but “with the retention by the employees of their wages.” On 28 April, the President extended a state of non-working days before 12 may, combining the traditional may holidays on the working days from 6 to 8 may.
let’s Add that the Russian economy in February—March 2020 was under the powerful impact of two negative factors — the rapid spread of the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19 and its deleterious effect on the global economy and collapse in oil prices. Against this background, the rouble significantly depreciated against the dollar and the Euro. Reacting to the situation, the government and the Bank of Russia adopted several packages of measures to support the economy and citizens.
may 11, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the end of may 12, a single period of days off, entered March 30, in the fight against COVID-19. He also announced the beginning of implementation of the third package of anti-crisis measures, under which the state, in particular, will increase targeted support for families with children, small businesses, individual entrepreneurs and samazinats. In addition, Putin instructed the government to prepare a national plan for long-term development of the economy, the recovery in employment and incomes.
on 27 may, the Minister of economic development (MED) of the Russian Federation Maxim Reshetnikov said that the total cost of anti-crisis measures to support the Russian economy, aimed at combating the impact of the pandemic coronavirus has reached 3.3 trillion rubles.
on 2 June Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin presented to the President a national plan for the recovery of the Russian economy in 2020-2021 years, noting in particular that the cost of the plan will be about 5 trillion rubles.
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