Russia is considering non-working days to limit the spread of the coronavirus

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Non-working days for the period from October 30 to November 7, in order to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Russia. In fact, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Government Tatiana Golikova today urged the Council of Ministers on this issue, as records of infections and deaths are recorded.

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Misustin called her proposal imperative but necessary and ordered that other measures be presented to President Vladimir Putin tomorrow.

Golikova proposed that after November 7, the practice of applying for vaccination or illness certificates be extended and that shops and services that will open after non-working days be allowed to enter only upon presentation of a similar certificate.

According to Anna Popova, head of the Rospotrebnadzor consumer health regulator, morbidity is rising in 79 of Russia’s 85 regions.

According to international news agencies and the Athenian News Agency, Russia announced today that 1,015 deaths related to coronavirus, which is the highest daily death toll since the pandemic began, as well as 33,740 new infections.

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