To reduce the spread of COVID-19, The Russian government considers “rest” for ten days Or a non-working day next month in May.
It is in these parts that the situation of COVID-19 is not stable at all, and there is In some areas this is complicated -Because of the increase in infections.
-AFP (@AFPespanol) April 23, 2021
“We are in trouble, and in some areas, there is a trend that indicates that the situation may become complicated”, The official Anna Popova (Anna Popova) explained, France 24.
Faced with this situation, the Russian government’s plan is Limit liquidity, Travel in the city, and use this to reduce the number of coronavirus cases.
Russia for 10 consecutive days “rest” Or non-working days lead to a reduction in the pandemic
“If you think it is necessary, I will sign the decree today”Vladimir Putin (Vladimir Putin) said in a meeting with Russian Health Agency (Rospotrebnadzor) Director Anna Popova (Anna Popova) and Deputy Minister Tatyana Golikova (Tatyana Golikova).
The meeting between the president and officials fairly assessed The pandemic situation in Russia. It’s just that Golikova explained to Putin that the situation is not uniform and the reduction in cases is not static.
Here, what the deputy minister is saying is more or less-the source comes from freed A Putin spokesperson shared:
“The situation varies from region to region. It is reported that 16 regions have decreased, 62 regions are in a stable phase, and in seven regions, the number of coronavirus cases is increasing.”
Therefore, according to Anna Popova, Order ten non-working days or “rest” Will help reduce travel The number of urban populations, therefore, the chain of infection has also spread.
This event will take place in May to take advantage of the holiday 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, and 10 -Just kidding, just seize the day of the times May 1-10 continuous.
We have added the following additional information at the end of this note: Johns Hopkins UniversityAs of April 23 this year, Russia has recorded a total of 4 million 691 million 290 cumulative cases, of which 105,000 718 people have died due to COVID-19.
Vladimir Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova (Tatyana Golikova) and Rospotrebnadzor (Rospotrebnadzor) Anna Popova (Anna Popova) held a meeting Working meeting https://t.co/Acl3Qt0w6o
-President of Russia (@KremlinRussia_E) April 23, 2021