On March 25th Russian President declared next week to be an official non-work period while maintaining wages. The days off will last from Saturday March 28 to Sunday April 5. All public infrastructure facilities, including medical facilities, pharmacies, stores, institutions responsible for banking and financial settlements, as well as transport, and ministries and agencies at all levels, will continue working.
Vologda Region Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov inspected the construction sites. Two new preschool institutions are designed for 350 places all in all. The new 3-storey day care centres will become home for several groups of kids from eighteen months and six years of age. The new kindergartens will be accommodated with musical and sports halls, sports grounds, and a swimming pool.
From March 18 to April 1 schools of the Vologda Region are closed aiming to reduce coronavirus transmission. Extra-curricular activities are suspended, colleges and technical schools are switched to distance learning. It is forbidden to hold mass events with more than 50 participants and any cultural and sports events, regardless of the number of participants. All public meetings are prohibited.
According to the Russian President’s Address to the Federal Assembly delivered on January 15, 2020 free hot meals must be provided to all primary school students from grade one through four starting from September 1, 2020 in those regions and schools that have the required level of technical equipment. Primary school students must start receiving high-quality hot meals free of charge in all Russian regions from September 1, 2023.
The second reading of amendments to the Russian Constitution took place on March 10th. Russian federal lawmakers adopted the second reading of legislation that would introduce sweeping reforms to the nation's Constitution. Members of the working group, State Duma deputies and Federation Council members participated directly and very intensely in developing amendments to the Constitution.
A document signed by Governor of the Vologda Region Oleg Kuvshinnikov and General Director of JSC PhosAgro Andrey Guriev, aims to contribute to sustainable development of agro-industrial complex of the Vologda Region. It is an example of an effective mechanism of public-private partnerships.
The visit to Tot’ma District, the oblast's third biggest district in terms of total area, was arranged as part of a series of visits throughout the Vologda Oblast examining economic and social development of regions. Mr. Kuvshinnikov got acquainted with the industrial and agricultural enterprises of the municipality.
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