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Putin ruled out the introduction of a nationwide lockdown

Putin ruled out the introduction of a nationwide lockdown
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Vladimir Putin ruled out the introduction of a nationwide lockdown in Russia due to the coronavirus epidemic. According to the president, there are no plans to introduce total restrictions.

At the plenary session of the Russia Calling! Putin said that the authorities clearly understand how to act, therefore, they do not intend to launch a nationwide lockdown when the economy, the work of business actually completely stops.

The President noted that, despite the difficult epidemiological situation, the authorities are ready to work in an epidemic much better than in the spring. There are problems and regions to which special attention should be paid, but in general, the situation, according to Putin, is developing better than in the first wave.

The head of state noted that in case of objective necessity, taking into account the recommendations of doctors, point decisions on restrictions will be made at the level of regions, cities and municipalities. According to Putin, this will maximize the protection of people and maintain the continuous operation of enterprises and organizations.

Earlier, the federal authorities ruled out repeated introduction of non-working days... The Kremlin has already stated that with the current increase in the incidence of the disease, the system for combating coronavirus created in Russia will eliminate the transition to a full lockdown.

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