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Putin: Russia ended a single period of non-working days

Putin: Russia ended a single period of non-working days
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The single day off for Russia and for all sectors of the economy ends on May 12. This was stated by President Vladimir Putin. The fight against coronavirus will continue.

According to him, the way out of the non-working days will be phased, the relaxation of restrictions should be carried out with strict observance of sanitary requirements. At the same time, in each region, the decision to mitigate restrictions will be made independently, depending on the epidemiological situation.

For residents over 65 years of age and people with chronic diseases, the increased safety regime will continue. Despite the end of the non-working day, any mass events will continue to be banned in the country. All organizations, enterprises, shops, enterprises in the sphere of services and transport will have to work strictly following sanitary rules, otherwise the regional authorities will close them. From May 12, wherever possible, they will create conditions for the restoration of the activities of construction enterprises, industry, agriculture, communications, energy, and mining.

In total, the holiday period lasted more than six weeks. This, according to Putin, allowed to slow down the development of the epidemic. The President instructed the government and the Ministry of Health to further increase the number of ongoing tests for coronavirus and bring them to 300 thousand per day.

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