This was announced by the head of the region Igor Babushkin in his Instagram account.

According to him, the new measures are due to the worsening situation with the coronavirus.

"Restrictions that will come into force on July 26 ... Sanatoriums, recreation centers and hotels will be able to accept only if there are PCR tests or QR codes," Babushkin wrote.

In addition, the work of shops is limited on the territory of the region, with the exception of those selling products or essential goods.

Catering establishments will now work only outdoors, take away or for delivery.

Children's playrooms and entertainment centers will also only be available outdoors.

On Wednesday, July 21, coronavirus restrictions were tightened in the Samara region due to the situation with the spread of the pandemic.

According to the regional government, from July 20, the activities of dance floors and fan zones are prohibited.

MFC, beauty salons and hairdressing salons will provide services by appointment only.