During non-working days – from October 30 to November 7 – the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg will not stop working. To visit it, Petersburgers will need to observe several important rules. They are published on the institution’s Instagram account.
So, codes adults must have QR codes confirming the fact of vaccination against coronavirus or previous diseases. And those citizens who have medical contraindications for vaccination must present the appropriate document in paper form, certified by the attending physician and the head of the medical organization.
Visitors who have contraindications to vaccination and have not survived COVID-19 can provide a QR code confirming a negative PCR test result, performed a day before visiting a theater or museum.
Entrance for military personnel and persons equated to them, if they do not have a two-dimensional QR code, is carried out upon presentation of a medical document according to the established template, confirming the transferred disease or the fact of vaccination. You will also need to present an identity document.
As a reminder, in St. Petersburg from November 1, QR codes are introduced to attend public events. From November 15, they must be presented at the pool, fitness centers, theaters, circuses, concert halls, cinemas, museums and exhibitions, as well as at the ceremony of solemn registration of marriage.