LEGAL REGULATION OF THE HEALTH RESORT COMPLEX OF THE KRASNODAR TERRITORY IN THE CONDITIONS OF COVID-19

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The article presents an analysis of the regulatory legal acts regulating directly or indirectly the activities of the sanatorium-resort complex of the Krasnodar Region in the conditions of COVID-19. The chronology of the introduction of bans and their gradual lifting within the framework of the activities of the sanatorium-resort complex reflected the all-Russian situation, which in general determined the content of the adopted regulatory legal acts. It was revealed that in the Krasnodar Region, in contrast to the Stavropol Region, where they were also concerned about the situation with COVID-19 and the preservation of the sanatorium complex, there is no approved plan for the phased exit of this complex from the anti-epidemic restrictions regime that may adversely affect the operation of the health resort complex of the Krasnodar Region.

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L. L. Kozhevnikov

Sochi State University

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Email: L19eo78@yandex.ru

candidate of legal Sciences, associate Professor, Director Of the center for additional professional education of Sochi State University, Sochi

Russian Federation

G. Yu. Shchekin

SBEI HE VolgSMU MOH Russia, Volgograd Medical Scientific Center

Email: Alfa-001@yandex.ru

Doctor of Sociology, Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Bioethics and Law with the course of sociology of medicine at the FSBEI HE VolgSMU MOH Russia, Senior Researcher of the Department of Ethical, Legal and Sociological Expertise in Medicine, Volgograd Medical Scientific Center, Volgograd

Russian Federation

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