“This is quite difficult and & nbsp; technologically, and & nbsp; social, and & nbsp; numerically. It is clear that & nbsp; is a very difficult process, a very difficult task & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Peskov in & nbsp; the answer to the & nbsp; question why the adoption of bills on & nbsp; QR codes is delayed. According to & nbsp; he said, the authorities “ are trying to walk along a very, very narrow blade and & nbsp; first and foremost, and & nbsp; people, to ensure their & nbsp; health, and & nbsp; on the & nbsp; other hand, not to & nbsp; harm the country's economy. '' “ Therefore, both the & nbsp; government and & nbsp; all the country's leadership each time is in & nbsp; such a difficult situation, but & nbsp; it, unfortunately, is provoked by this very pandemic '', & nbsp; & mdash; added & nbsp; he.
Peskov also commented on the possible dissatisfaction of some of the population with the restrictions due to the & nbsp; coronavirus.
There are certainly and will remain people who are unhappy with the covid restrictions. But there are far fewer of them than those who want to stay alive in the face of the threat of a pandemic, in the face of the threat of coronavirus. To stay alive, you need to be vaccinated, follow precautions, which include the restrictions that are being introduced. Dmitry PeskovPress Secretary of the President
According to a Kremlin spokesman, President Vladimir Putin is in the & nbsp; context of unpopular measures to & nbsp; the fight against the & nbsp; coronavirus and & nbsp; is a supporter of balance.
The government submitted to the State Duma bills on & nbsp; QR codes on November 12 & nbsp; amid a sharp increase in the incidence and & nbsp; mortality from & nbsp; COVID-19 in & nbsp; Russia. According to the first bill (amendments to the & nbsp; law on & nbsp; sanitary and epidemiological welfare of the population), from & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; February to & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; June 2022 & nbsp; g. Citizens over 18 years old when & nbsp; visiting most public places, including catering establishments and & nbsp; non-food stores, will be required to present one of the & nbsp; documents: a QR code about & nbsp; vaccination or transferred covid or a certificate of & nbsp; medical treatment.
Before & nbsp; ; 1 & nbsp; February, there will be a transition period & nbsp; & mdash; instead of them, it will be possible to present a PCR test. The second bill involves the introduction of similar measures on & nbsp; railway and & nbsp; air transport with & nbsp; intercity and & nbsp; international traffic. The date of completion of the transitional period for & nbsp; transport will be separately determined by the government.
Yesterday it became known that the State Duma is not & nbsp; plans to consider bills on & nbsp; QR codes in & nbsp; December. The draft law was absent in the & nbsp; calendar for the consideration of State Duma issues for & nbsp; December. However, later there was information about the & nbsp; possible consideration of the initiative on December 16 & nbsp; wrote RIA Novosti; with & nbsp; link to & nbsp; draft resolution of the lower house of parliament.