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Putin announced non-working days in Russia

Putin announced non-working days in Russia
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Russian President Vladimir Putin announced non-working days in Russia from October 30 to November 7. He supported yesterday's proposal of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova.

The head of state announced this at a meeting with members of the Russian government today. Wages for Russians on non-working days will remain. According to Putin, it is now important to bring down the peak of the new wave of the epidemic.

“Given the current situation, I certainly support your proposal to declare non-working days throughout the country with the preservation of wages for workers from October 30 to November 7 inclusive,” he said.

Regions with the most difficult coronavirus epidemics may extend the number of non-working days until October 30 or after November 7.

Yesterday, at a meeting of the coordinating council for combating COVID-19, Tatyana Golikova proposed to appeal to the president with a proposal to introduce non-working days due to the difficult situation with coronavirus... Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin supported this initiative.

At the end of March 2020, Vladimir Putin, in an address to the residents of Russia, announced non-working week. Measures were taken to prevent the threat of the rapid spread of coronavirus in the country. Non-working days were repeatedly extended. In total, the non-working period lasted more than six weeks. Ended he is on May 12.

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