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Most Russians intend to work on the May holidays

Most Russians intend to work on the May holidays
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Almost half of Russians are going to work on the May holidays. This conclusion was reached by experts of Megaplan company, which is engaged in the development of business management software. They conducted a survey among 4362 entrepreneurs, executives and employees of companies.

According to RIA News47,4% of respondents intend to work on the weekend. More than 70% of respondents said that in the conditions of self-isolation they no longer felt the need for a long weekend, every tenth would prefer to celebrate the day of quarantine removal instead of spring and labor.

From late March to April 30, Russia declared a regime of universal self-isolation. On April 28, in his address to the Russians, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the extension of non-working days until May 11th.

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