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Putin thought about reducing non-working days

Putin thought about reducing non-working days
Photo by: kremlin.ru
President Vladimir Putin learned the opinion of virologists about the possibility of shortening non-working days. The Russian Research Anti-Plague Institute "Microbe" believes that this issue can be addressed not earlier than in a week. 

The head of state asked his question during a video meeting on coronavirus. The head of the center, Vladimir Kutyrev, said that citizens should observe separation at least a week. Seven days later, the incubation period for the disease after the introduction of the self-isolation regime will end, and it will become clear how effective this measure is.

The physician noted the peculiarity of coronavirus - the disease proceeds in a mild form in 80% of those infected. In 15% of cases, the disease takes severe forms, in 5% of cases - critical. Asymptomatic carriers provide transmission. 

Last week, Putin extended the day off in Russia to 30 April. The regions themselves will decide which organizations and services will continue to work on non-working days.

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