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Putin extended days off until May 11

Putin extended days off until May 11
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The day off in Russia will last until May 11. This was in a statement to the Russians said Russian President Vladimir Putin.

May holidays will not be postponed. Working days in the interval between them - 6,7 and 8 are declared days off with salary.

All this time, heads of subjects will retain their special powers so that in each region there is an opportunity to act in accordance with the situation that is developing there.

Exiting self-isolation mode will begin since 12 May. In some areas where the spread of coronavirus continues at a rapid pace, it will be preserved.

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