Putin orders the end of “valid holiday” in Russia because of Corona

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Putin In a televised speech"From tomorrow, the twelfth of May, the current working holiday in the country, which includes all economic sectors, will end. But tackling a pandemic novel coronavirus Not finished, the danger is still there".

But the announcement, which comes as the country recorded more than 11,000 new infections in the past 24 hours, does not mean it ends isolation All Russians, as it will remain indebted Moscow Especially it is the main epidemic in the country, isolated until May 31 at least.

Accordingly, each area will be able to assess the restrictions that can be lifted, as well as determine the location of undertaking this step, based on scientific experience.

Putin pointed out that "Our country is large and the conditions of the epidemic are different. The same model cannot be used in all places"And he ordered the reopening of companies while the economy, like the economies of all countries of the world, suffers from isolation and collapse Oil prices.

And cited "As of May 12th and wherever possible, conditions should be created to restore activities in the basic economic sectors: construction, industry, agriculture, telecommunications, energy and raw material extraction".

Putin also announced a series of financial aid to families and companies, especially to the latter through tax exemptions, and stressed that Russia I managed to avoid the worst by isolating and stopping activities.

He added that "Experience elsewhere in the world has proven that the burden on health systems has been the main cause of high death rates".

He continued "But I repeat, we are ready" Stressing that the number of hospital beds equipped to receive those with Covid-19 has increased from 29,000 to 130,000 since March.

He also stressed the policy of conducting intensive examinations in Russia, which allows, according to him, to detect those who have no symptoms or show slight symptoms, which allows them to be treated quickly and isolated.

Russia has officially registered 221,344 casualties since the crisis began, including 11,656 during the past 24 hours.

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“From tomorrow, the twelfth of May, the current working holiday in the country, which includes all economic sectors, will end,” Putin said in a televised speech. “But the response to the new Corona pandemic pandemic has not ended … the danger remains.”

But the announcement, which comes as the country recorded more than 11 thousand new infections during the last twenty-four hours, does not mean the end of isolation of all Russians, as Moscow, especially the main epidemic in the country, will remain isolated until at least May 31.

Accordingly, each area will be able to assess the restrictions that can be lifted, as well as determine the location of undertaking this step, based on scientific experience.

Putin pointed out that “our country is large and the conditions of the epidemic are different … the same model cannot be applied in all places,” and he ordered the reopening of companies while the economy, like the economies of all countries of the world, suffers from isolation and the collapse of oil prices.

“As of May 12, and wherever possible, conditions should be created to restore activities in the basic economic sectors: construction, industry, agriculture, telecommunications, energy and raw materials extraction,” he said.

Putin also announced a series of financial aid to families and companies, especially to the latter through tax exemptions, and stressed that Russia had succeeded in avoiding the worst thanks to the isolation and the cessation of activities.

“Experience elsewhere in the world has proven that the burden on health systems has been the main cause of high death rates,” he added.

“But I repeat, we are ready,” he said, stressing that the number of beds in hospitals equipped to receive those with Covid-19 has risen from 29,000 to 130,000 since March.

He also stressed the policy of conducting intensive examinations in Russia, which allows, according to him, to detect those who have no symptoms or show slight symptoms, allowing them to be treated quickly and isolated.

Russia has officially registered 221,344 casualties since the crisis began, including 11,656 during the past 24 hours.







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