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Putin signed a decree on the introduction of non-working days from October 30 to November 7

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the introduction of non-working days throughout the country from October 30 to November 7. This was reported on the Kremlin website.

The head of state approved the idea of ​​introducing non-working days with the preservation of wages after a meeting with the government of the Russian Federation. He noted that the situation with COVID-19 in the country is difficult. Weekends should reduce the burden on the healthcare system.

The heads of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation received the right to establish additional days off until October 30 and after November 7, with the preservation of wages based on the epidemiological situation in the region.

The Russian government and regional authorities must determine how health and cultural institutions will work on non-working days.

The President also instructed the Government of the Russian Federation to provide support for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as socially oriented non-profit organizations most affected by COVID-19 and the establishment of non-working days in October and November 2021.

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