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Non-working Days in Russia will Last until the End of April
3.04.2020 18:14
Non-working Days in Russia will Last until the End of April

Russian President Vladimir Putin   addressed the population again and announced the extension of measures to prevent the spread of a new type of coronavirus. Non-working days in Russia will last until the end of April.

The salary measure remains. As Putin noted, depending on how the situation develops, the non-working period may be shortened. Heads of regions are allowed to make decisions on restrictive measures

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: coronavirus     

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