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Decree on non-working days of May signed by Putin

Decree on non-working days of May signed by Putin
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Vladimir Putin signed a decree extending restrictive measures until May 11. It is also noted in the document that May 6-8 are non-working days with the preservation of wages.

В decree it is noted that from May 1 to May 11, the heads of the regions should implement previously approved measures to ensure the sanitary and epidemiological well-being of the population.

May 6,7, 8 and XNUMX will not be open for everyone. Continuously operating medical and pharmaceutical organizations, enterprises and companies that provide the population with food and essential goods will continue to operate. 

The work will also be continued by organizations performing urgent work in emergency situations, carrying out urgent repair and handling operations, and providing financial services. At the same time, the regional authorities will be able to expand the list of organizations for which May 6-8 will be working days.

About renewal non-working days in Russia until May 11 Vladimir Putin said in his address to the Russians. Exiting self-isolation mode will begin since 12 May

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