At a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, which is scheduled for may 11 and on the situation with the coronavirus, will be considered the question of extending holidays. This was reported by press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.
May 11 is a special day and the last of a series of holidays that were announced by Putin in late March, then was extended for all of April and also covered the period between may holiday days. Decisions about whether the Russians to go to work since may 12, has not been taken yet.
Putin had instructed the government to develop a phased plan to move the region from the limitations imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus. In the end, the CPS introduced the prevalence of coronavirus — an indicator on the basis of which decisions will be made on the exit of the regimes constraints, is calculated as the average number of people that one patient infects up to its isolation. According to on may 9, it is 1.06. Will also be evaluated free bedspace and testing coverage.
On 10 may, the number of cases of infection with coronavirus in Russia since the early outbreaks has exceeded 200 million, more than half of them are registered in Moscow. Infected including several members of the Russian government, including Prime Minister Mikhail mishustina, who took sick leave.