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Working pensioners will be extended sick leave due to coronavirus

Working pensioners will be extended sick leave due to coronavirus
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The decision to extend sick leave to working pensioners was signed by Russian Prime Minister Michal Mishustin. However, the extension will not affect all regions of the country.

Pensioners older than 65 working and observing the regime of self-isolation will be able to extend sick leave. This can be done only in those regions where restrictions due to coronavirus have not been lifted. They will keep all the due payments.

Hospital retirees who have switched to remote work or are on regular leave cannot be extended. The new deadline for the end of the sick leave will depend on the withdrawal of the self-isolation regime in the region.

Additional information or documents from citizens when extending sick leave will not be required. The compulsory health insurance fund will pay for the non-working period within a week after the issuance of a new certificate of incapacity for work. With an experience of more than eight years, sick days are paid at XNUMX%.
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