Putin orders Russia to take a seven-day hiatus amid citizens refusing to vaccinate
President PutinSLOTXOurges Russia to issue vaccinations against coronavirus, with a seven-day break, according to cabinet proposals, as the number of deaths and infections has not stopped.
On October 20, 2021, Al Jazeera reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered domestic workers to take a week off from the end of this month. Due to the rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19
The Russian task force reported Wednesday that There have been 1,028 deaths from coronavirus in the previous 24 hours. This is the highest number since the outbreak began in the country. while the cumulative number of deaths stood at 226,353, the highest in Europe.
Mr Putin said he supported the Cabinet proposal. Offer a closing time starting October 30th through next week due to 4 days during the week. It's a public holiday
He added that in some regions where the coronavirus situation is most severe, holidays may begin earlier. and extended until 7 November
“Our task today is to preserve the lives and health of the people of the country. and reduce the impact of harmful infections,” Putin said during a video call with senior officials on Wednesday.
The number of deaths from the coronavirus in Russia has soared in recent weeks and hit 1,000 for the first time over the weekend. amid slow vaccination rates Laxness to public safeguards and governments reluctance to take rigorous measures.
About 45 million Russians, or 32% of the country, are now fully vaccinated. out of a total population of nearly 146 million
last wednesday Putin also urged the Russians to vaccinate them, saying "it's important to your life and health. and the people you love.”