The requirement of the Moscow authorities for pensioners to stay home is not true for the 67-year-old Putin

the Tightening of measures against the spread of coronavirus in Moscow providing for the mode of isolation for people over 65, does not apply to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who even with the reforms we have already reached retirement age (he's 67) Peskov said that the new order of the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin does not concern a certain group of managers and employees, but can spread to the presidential administration, where the installation of the city authorities met with understanding Tightening of measures against the spread of coronavirus in Moscow providing for the mode of isolation for people over 65, does not apply to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who even with the reforms we have already reached retirement age (he’s 67)
the Press service of the Russian President Peskov said that the new order of the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin does not concern a certain group of managers and employees, but can spread to the presidential administration, where the installation of the city authorities met with understandingeat
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the Tightening of measures against the spread of coronavirus in Moscow providing for the mode of isolation for people over 65, does not apply to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who even with the reforms we have already reached retirement age (he’s 67). The press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that Putin continues to work as normal, but a mass event with his participation are planned: “it would be unwise to do it.”

“work is Work, especially the work of the President. It is beyond the criteria specified in the restrictive and Advisory documents,” – quoted Peskov TASS. He added that before the visit of Putin to the Crimea last week, the participants passed the test for the coronavirus.

“We appeal to the physicians to beforehand tests to pass the participants of public events. Think we will be the practice to follow and further”, – said the representative of the Kremlin. He also drew attention to the fact that the President does not live in his apartment, and in public residences, so “often where the President lives and works there, and Vice versa.”

Where it is now home to Putin, Peskov did not specify. In Telegram channels to disseminate information about what the President allegedly decided to move “on udalenku to Valdai”, which brought “even a small pony.”

Peskov said that the new order of the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin does not concern a certain group of managers and employees, but can spread to the presidential administration, where the installation of the city authorities met with understanding. Answering the question of whether members of the administration, does not occupy leadership positions, sent on vacation, Peskov admitted that they can if they wish to leave for remote work. “If this is not going to hold up the work, it will be welcomed”, – quotes the press Secretary of RBC.