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Chita
Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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The poll showed what Russians began to save on due to COVID restrictions

The poll showed what Russians began to save on due to COVID restrictions
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The fall in demand due to COVID restrictions in the Russian regions affected the entertainment sector the most. The most noticeable decline was the demand for visits to theaters and concerts.

As reported "News" With reference to the Tinkoff CoronaIndex survey, residents of the regions where they have introduced tougher measures to combat coronavirus since October 25, have reduced their spending by up to 60% in areas that have come under restrictions. Thus, expenditures on theaters and concerts fell to 23%, on clothes - to 14%, and there were also fewer visits to beauty salons and restaurants. In contrast, cinema spending increased to 40%. For example, expenses in this category in the Irkutsk region increased by 43%.

According to experts, in general, the reduction in spending by Russians to 60% in some categories of goods and services is not so critical compared to the beginning of the pandemic.

 

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