Donetsk Republic Drops Mask Requirement but 90% Mandatory Vaccination Remains

Inconvenient fact: As Russian control of Ukraine expands so do vaccine mandates

Editor’s note: It’s not as if any of this is getting enforced, but that’s not the point. The point is the principle.

Source: Donetsk News Agency

Machine translated from Russian.

The head of the DPR Denis Pushilin canceled the mandatory social distancing and mask regime in the Republic, which were introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is stated in the decree under the number 164, published today on the official website of the head of state.

The document, which came into force on the date of publication, amends paragraphs from the 8th to the 10th decree No. 57 “On the introduction of a high-alert regime” of March 14, 2020. In addition to social distancing and mask regime, mandatory temperature measurement of workers in the workplace is abolished, and the restriction on holding mass events is completely lifted.

At the same time, the heads of state bodies, local administrations, enterprises, institutions and various organizations are still instructed to provide immunization against coronavirus to at least 90% of their employees, taking into account the previously vaccinated and who have had the disease. They should also assist officials and health workers in this process.

In the DPR, since March 2020, a state of high alert has been in effect. It was announced in connection with the threat of the spread of coronavirus. All the while, anti-Covid measures have been weakened and tightened. Among others, there was a ban on holding mass events, which was canceled from April 1, 2022, but the restriction on events in enclosed spaces continued to operate.

  1. Tom says

    Anyone stupid enough to get “vaccinated” for Covid deserves to die. The “vaccine” has already killed eighty US Marines at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.

    Putin turning out to be one stupid SOB — Irony is that his stupidity will engulf the world in nuclear war.

  2. Quintus says

    I tended to be quite pro-Russian–until covid. That Russia’s government has failed the covid test through mandatory injections and qr-codes is unconscionable in my view. I continue to salute the courage of the Russian people in resisting these disgusting, totalitarian measures, but I no longer have any faith whatsoever in the nomenklatura.

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