The authorities of Udmurtia will not extend the non-working days. This was announced on Friday, November 5, by the head of the republic, Alexander Brechalov.
He said that the current situation with the morbidity and the fairly high rates of vaccination allow a number of changes to be made to the existing restrictions.
“From November 8th: retail trade facilities, including shopping centers, catering establishments (with no restrictions on occupancy), museums and libraries, are resumed. At the same time, they can only be visited by residents with a document on vaccination, with a document on a medical withdrawal, or with the results of a PCR test received no earlier than 72 hours in advance, “Brechalov wrote on his page on the VKontakte social network.
The head of the republic noted that kindergartens, schools, secondary vocational schools and universities will also work in full-time mode in compliance with all necessary sanitary standards.
At the same time, Brechalov said that the suspension of the work of theaters, cinemas, children’s playrooms and indoor fairs is extended until November 15. The work of catering establishments in shopping centers that do not have a separate entrance has been suspended until further notice.
“Local governments have the right to introduce certain restrictive measures on the territory of their municipalities at the suggestions of the operational headquarters,” he wrote.
On November 3, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the stabilization of the situation with the coronavirus in the capital makes it possible not to extend the non-working days. The mayor noted that from November 8, the city starts its normal life with the condition of fulfilling the previously adopted restrictions.
Also, the authorities of the Moscow region, Tambov and Belgorod regions and Tatarstan do not plan to extend the non-working days.
As the press secretary of the head of state Dmitry Peskov noted on November 3, at the federal level in Russia, no decisions have been made to extend non-working days. He also clarified that during a pandemic, all regions have special powers and can make independent decisions depending on the situation. At the same time, the Kremlin spokesman urged not to believe the rumors and be guided by official information.
On October 20, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the introduction of non-working days in the country from October 30 to November 7 with the preservation of wages. At the same time, the regions were given the right, if necessary, to introduce non-working days from October 23 and extend them after November 7.
Against the background of a worsening epidemiological situation, the Russian authorities are urging residents to get vaccinated in order to protect their health and take care of their loved ones. Citizens are vaccinated for free. Five vaccines against coronavirus have been registered in the country: Sputnik V, which became the first vaccine against COVID-19 in the Russian Federation and the world, as well as Sputnik Light, EpiVacCorona, EpiVacCorona-N and KoviVak.
All relevant information on the situation with the coronavirus is available on the websites stopcoronavirus.rf and access to all.rf, as well as the hashtag #WeWe areTogether. Coronavirus hotline: 8 (800) 2000-112.
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