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Putin extended the day off until April 30

Putin extended the day off until April 30
Photo by: kremlin.ru

Non-working hours extended in Russia until the end of April. This was in a televised address to the Russians by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The head of state emphasized that this is a forced weekend with the preservation of wages. According to him, for government and business, maintaining the level of income of citizens and jobs is a priority.

The President said that the regions themselves will decide which organizations and services will continue to work on non-working days. But at least it will be medical organizations, pharmacies, grocery stores, authorities and others.

Vladimir Putin added that depending on the situation with the spread of coronavirus in Russia, the government may take other protective measures.

A week was previously declared non-working from 28 March to 5 April. Then this period in some regions was extended until April 14. This time, quarantine will be delayed until the end of the month.

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