Putin orders Russians to stop work for a week as Covid deaths rise

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Russians have been told to take a paid week off work in to try combat the Covid-19 crisis in the country, if the number of daily deaths from the virus hit to be highest level since the start of the pandemic.

On Wednesday, the Kremlin announced Which, “in to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and for protection public health, the president has announced that October 30 to met November 7, 2021 non-working days will be paid.”

The Kremlin said it recommended that the measure be in throughout Russia. To date, the individual regions of the country are largely in check of designating their own Covid rules and limitations in the entire public health crisis.

at a meeting with the government Wednesday, Putin told officials: “We have know that, unfortunately, this problem is also escalates, and that it is impossible to over face to face.” announced that he supports the proposal for a week of paid, non-working days from 30 Oct. and for this to start earlier in regions particularly bad hit by Covid cases.

The move comes as Russia, that has been one of The hardest hit countries by Covid, battles An rising Covid death toll. Thursday it reported record high 36.339 new infections and 1,036 deaths. To date, there are 227,389 Covid deaths in Russia and it has recorded over 8.1 million infections.

How bad is the?

Russia’s daily cases and death toll is creeping up for weeks now, largely because a significant portion of the population remains not vaccinated. Covid vaccines have been proven to be huge reduce the risk of severe infection, hospitalization and death.

On Wednesday, Putin once again begged russian burgers to up the vaccine, stating that: “we see the dangerous consequences” of the low vaccination rate in our country. i repeat it once again: vaccination really reduces the risks of severe disease of serious complications after, and the threat of death … L also once again urge all burgers to get vaccinated. This goes over protect yourself, over you safety, even your life, the health of your relatives.”

There are also to care over waning immunity in die who are fully vaccinated, such as clinical data shows immunity provided by Covid vaccines declines after about six months).

Another concern is the discovery of a mutation of the delta variant — currently the dominant species worldwide – die is identified in increasing numbers in the UK, that is also see a drama spike in cases. Although the mutation is found in Russia, it’s too early to say of it has an impact on rising number of infections.

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Russian Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova presented the country’s epidemiological situation to Putin and the government on Wednesday, noting that the situation “is getting” more complicated.”

“In front of over a month we have a stable growth in the incidence and today, the number of new Reported Covid-19 cases are approaching 35,000 a day,” she said. with incidence rates are rising in all age groups. They also described a “very heavy last” on health care system”as hospital admissions” rise.

“There are currently 276,500 beds deployed in the Russian Federation, of which are 66.1% equipped with oxygen. if of yesterday morning, 86.6% of all beds in the country was occupied,” Golikova noted. “We are especially concerned over the growing death rates of COVID-19. Lately we’ve been losing over 1,000 people every day. These are terrible numbers.”

Russian Covid Vaccination rate has been a persistent bug bear for the state, since the majority of the population are skeptical of receiving Russia’s own vaccine, Sputnik V.

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“I would like to emphasize that the painful course of the disease and the high death rates become in taken into account in not vaccinated people. We see a gradual increase in vaccination coverage, but it is still insufficient. Today this figure is a bit over 45%,” said Golikova.

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