LDPR proposed to do PCR and antibody tests at the expense of the budget

Tests for & nbsp; COVID-19 and & nbsp; antibodies are to be & nbsp; funded by the federal budget. This is stated in & nbsp; amendments (RBC has) to & nbsp; the bill on & nbsp; introduction of QR codes in & nbsp; public places, proposed by the LDPR faction. Now the bill provides only payment from the & nbsp; budget for vaccinations against the & nbsp; coronavirus.

The deputies from the & nbsp; LDPR also proposed to limit the sanitary measures that regional authorities have the right to impose, for a period up to & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; June 1, 2022, “ without & nbsp; the right to extend ''; (the current version of the bill suggests the possibility of their extension). The & nbsp; amendments specify that & nbsp; youth under & nbsp; 18 years old should be admitted to & nbsp; public places without & nbsp; presentation of QR codes about & nbsp; vaccination or & nbsp; the fact of illness, and & nbsp; also without & nbsp; PCR (now the bill does not & nbsp; restrictions in & nbsp; in relation to visiting public places do not & nbsp; apply to children without & nbsp; QR codes and & nbsp; PCR).

Peskov denied speculation about the introduction of QR codes in transport since February

Earlier its amendments to the & nbsp; bill were published by Fair Russia & nbsp; & mdash; For the & nbsp; truth. In & nbsp; them, the SRs proposed to enter QR codes only in the & nbsp; emergency mode, “ which provides guarantees and & nbsp; responsibility of the authorities for & nbsp; such extraordinary measures. '' Commenting on this proposal, party co-chairman Sergei Mironov said that & nbsp; Spravedlivorossi, & nbsp; like & nbsp; millions of citizens of the country, from the very beginning were against the bill on & nbsp; the introduction of QR codes and & nbsp; restrictions for & nbsp; unvaccinated & raquo ;.

< > Two sources close to the & nbsp; State Duma confirmed to RBC that & nbsp; the bill could be adopted at & nbsp; session on January 19 & nbsp;. This document was submitted to the & nbsp; lower house on November 12 & nbsp; along with & nbsp; a bill introducing QR codes in & nbsp; transport.

Later, Vladimir Putin said that & nbsp; it is not & nbsp; to make 'rash decisions'; on & nbsp; the question of & nbsp; introduction of QR codes. In & nbsp; mid-December, State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin announced that & nbsp; the bill on & nbsp; QR codes in & nbsp; transport was removed from & nbsp; consideration due to & nbsp; words of the president and & nbsp; citizens' appeals. The bill on the & nbsp; introduction of QR codes in & nbsp; public places was approved in the & nbsp; first reading on December 16 & nbsp;

Evgeny Kuznetsova



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