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Non-working Days throughout Russia will Last at Least until May 11
28.04.2020 18:35
Non-working Days throughout Russia will Last at Least until May 11

Russian President  extended non-working days until May 11, inclusive, and days from May 6 to 8 are recognized as days off. The corresponding statement was made during a meeting of the president with the heads of the regions.

      Regions of Russia starting from May 12 may begin to weaken measures to combat coronavirus. The level of weakening the restrictions will be determined depending on the epidemiological situation in the region. The government has been instructed to develop recommendations for easing measures.

      Meanwhile, in Moscow, non-working days have already been extended until May 13. The corresponding decree was signed by the mayor Sergei Sobyanin.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: coronavirus Russian regions Russian government   

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