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Popova told when the Russians will be able to remove the mask

Popova told when the Russians will be able to remove the mask
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In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, Russians will have to wear face masks for at least a month or two. This was stated by the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova at a meeting on the work of the tourism industry.

According to RIA News, The head of the ministry clarified that, as before, the mask regime would not be advisory, but mandatory. It will be necessary to “comply with the requirements” for one month, or maybe two.

Currently, 44 Russian regions are ready for a phased lifting of restrictions. Given the upcoming increase in people-to-people contacts, a number of entities have tightened control over the use of personal protective equipment.

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