A local restaurateur came up with the initiative.
Ural restaurateur Evgeny Uryupin came up with a proposal to introduce a QR-code system in the Sverdlovsk region for the purchase of alcohol. The restaurant owner is outraged by the coronavirus restrictions in establishments and their lack in stores.
On his Instagram page, Uryupin suggested that such a measure would be much more effective than codes in public catering.
After that, the Sverdlovsk authorities spoke out. The headquarters is ready to consider such an initiative, the authorities noted that they are monitoring any changes in the market and are ready to discuss such a step with representatives of the business community.
The entrepreneurs themselves were shocked by such an initiative.
According to the portal e1.ru, grocery store owners are confident that vaccination certificates in alcohol stores will complicate life and create a queue.
Some businessmen were tougher in their assessment: Uryupin simply “put a pig on his colleagues.”
Many are sure that not only large supermarkets, but also small outlets will suffer. Such proposals were connected with the desire of the restaurateur to oblige citizens to get vaccinated faster.
“We still have conflicts over masks, and do you now offer to check QR codes?”, & # 8211; businessmen are outraged.
At the same time, Russians will figure out how to get alcohol without a QR code – their relatives will start buying, couriers will work.
attention to public transport, where all the rules are most often violated.
As Topnews wrote earlier, insiders report that in 2022 Russia may enter QR codes to enter public transport, shops and cafes.
Compulsory coronavirus vaccination will also begin to be checked at the entrance to the aircraft.