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Tags: putin | non working day | covid 19

Putin Announces May 4-7 Non-Working Days to Curb COVID-19 Surge

Russian president Vladimir Putin attends video conference
Russian President Vladimir Putin attends by a video conference a trilateral meeting with the leaders of Iran and Turkey on the topic of Syria, in Moscow on July 1, 2020. (Photo by ALEXEY DRUZHININ/SPUTNIK/AFP via Getty Images)
 

Friday, 23 April 2021 08:12 AM

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he would sign a decree to make May 4-7 non-working days this year and extend a public holiday period at the beginning of the month due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Russian leader was asked to consider the move at a televised government meeting about COVID-19.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he would sign a decree to make May 4-7 non-working days this year and extend a public holiday period at the beginning of the month due to the coronavirus outbreak.The Russian leader was asked to consider the move at a...
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