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Russians will be given two days off for vaccination

Russians will be given two days off for vaccination
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Working residents of Russia will be given two days off to get vaccinated against coronavirus. Additional days will be charged.   

This instruction given by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. In addition, he instructed to transfer employees over 60 years of age and with chronic diseases to a remote mode of work for four weeks - for vaccination and the formation of immunity.

Putin also ordered to increase the volume of testing for coronavirus. Among the orders - to purchase and send to the regions expensive drugs necessary for the treatment of patients with coronavirus.

As previously reported by IAA EastRussia, by order of the president, all Russian restaurants and cafes will stop working at night. The ban is imposed on the work of catering and entertainment establishments from 23:00 to six in the morning.

 

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