Dear friends, according to the Decree of the Governor of the Voronezh Region dated October 08, 2021 No. 176-u:
From October 11, 2021, visiting the museum by persons over 18 years old – only upon presentation of a QR code and a passport.
Persons under the age of 18 are admitted to the museum without a QR code, but only accompanied by parents or other legal representatives who have a QR code.
A QR code confirming vaccination against a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) or transferring a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), provided that no more than 6 calendar months have passed since the date of recovery, can be submitted in electronic or paper form.
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What is QR Code?
A QR code is a special type of barcode that allows information to be quickly recognized using a mobile phone camera. The QR code is assigned to certificates of vaccination and transferred COVID-19, as well as the results of the PCR test. It contains the document ID and a link to its verification page.
How do I use a QR code?
Save the QR code on your phone or print. Upon entering the institution, a museum employee will ask you to show a QR code and passport. Then he will scan the QR code and check the received information with the passport data.
How do I get a QR code?
The QR code can be obtained on the State Services portal, in the applications “State Services” or “State Services STOP Coronavirus”.
If the visitor has received only the first component of the vaccine, can he visit the museum?
Partial vaccination does not entitle you to visit the facility. The vaccination certificate and the required QR code are given after receiving the second component of the vaccine.
If the accompanying person under 18 years old does not have a QR code, can minors visit the museum on their own?
Persons under 18 years old can visit the museum only accompanied by parents or other legal representatives who have presented a QR code. Independent visit is not possible.