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Civil servants in Yakutia will be offered two days off due to vaccination against COVID-19

Civil servants in Yakutia will be offered two days off due to vaccination against COVID-19
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In Yakutia, government agencies will have to revise collective agreements. They will have to provide for two additional days off: on the day of receiving the vaccination against coronavirus and the next after it.

According to the press service of the government of Yakutia, the number of institutions that will have to apply the new rules include executive authorities, local governments, as well as state and municipal institutions. On rest days, the salary must be maintained.

Now, due to an increase in the incidence - up to 100 new cases are detected every day in the region - some restrictions on coronavirus have been introduced in the republic. From May 10, attractions will not work, trade enterprises will have to carry out general cleaning on Sundays with the complete closure of retail outlets. Schoolchildren, except for the ninth and 11th grades, will be sent to distance learning.

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