The Russian government does not plan to introduce new strict restrictive measures for business, similar to those that were in force in the country in the spring of 2020. This was announced by President Vladimir Putin at a meeting with board members of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP).
Earlier, representatives of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs sent an appeal to the president to exclude a repetition of the hard lockdown introduced in connection with the coronavirus pandemic in April and May of this year.
“Regarding the possibility of tough, total, as you said, restrictive measures. We are not planning to do this. The government has no such plans, ”Putin said. According to him, despite the increase in the number of cases of coronavirus in Russia, doctors have learned to deal with this disease. He also recalled that the country will soon begin using the COVID-19 vaccine.
Continuing testing, strengthening the health care system, and adhering to precautions is the key strategy for fighting the disease, the president said. Vaccinations will be added to them soon.
As a reminder, due to the restrictive measures introduced in the spring, the work of travel agencies was stopped for more than two months. Moreover, they were allowed to open among the latter. Now in most regions, travel agents work without restrictions, they are only required to comply with security measures taken in a particular entity.
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