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Putin instructed to introduce a special order of movement in the regions

Putin instructed to introduce a special order of movement in the regions
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Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the heads of regions to establish a special order of movement. It will act for the duration of the restrictive measures due to the coronavirus.

As noted in decree President, the movement should be limited to persons and vehicles, with the exception of vehicles engaged in inter-regional transportation. Moreover, the regional authorities themselves will be able to establish these measures at different times until April 30.

Putin extended the day off in Russia to 30 April. At the same time, the salaries of workers remaining on self-isolation will remain. The regions themselves will decide which organizations and services will continue to work on non-working days.

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