Media Finds out When Lockdown Is to be Over in Russia

Media Finds out When Lockdown Is to be Over in Russia

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TV channel says that according to the plans of the operational headquarters, the quarantine will be lifted not later than in June. President Vladimir Putin announced a prolongation of the non-working days beyond the previously named deadline of April 30 in his address to the country’s Security Council earlier this week.

The lockdown related to the COVID-2019 pandemic in Russia will be abolished no later than in June, Dozhd TV (TV Rain) channel said in a report with the reference to its own sources at the operational headquarters to combat the spread of the coronavirus infection in Russia.

According to the channel, the source close to the operational headquarters did not tell the exact dates but offered some information regarding the worst possible scenarios.

“According to the worst scenario which is considered by the operational headquarters, quarantine will end in June,” says the publication.

As for the other scenarios, the source stated that the most optimistic one presupposes that self-isolation regulations to be over in most regions of the country after the May holidays.

President Vladimir Putin announced a prolongation of the non-working days beyond the previously named deadline of April 30 in his address to the country’s Security Council earlier this week.

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