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On April 2nd President Vladimir Putin prolonged until April 30 a paid non-working period across Russia, stepping up measures to stem the spread of coronavirus.
“Two labs in Vologda and Cherepovets are ready to test samples for coronavirus”, Vologda Region Governor said. The laboratories testing for the respiratory coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have been equipped in the shortest possible time.
Goverrnor Oleg Kuvshinnikov stressed that these stringent measures will affect transportation arriving in the Vologda Region from other regions and passing through the territory of the region. The Vologda Regions steps up disease control measures amid novel coronavirus outbreak.
A volunteer centre has been established in the Vologda Region with headquarters in all municipal districts. The centre has recruited more than 250 people to care for senior citizens who have been told to stay at home. If needed, about 1,250 more people are ready to join the work.
Top leadership of the Russian Minister of Natural Resources and Ecology and local government authorities discussed readiness of some Russian regions for reliable and accident-free passage of snowmelt floods and flood waters. The meeting was held via a video conference on March 31.
The Vologda Region will enact an indefinite region-wide quarantine starting Tuesday, Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov said during the meeting of the local government. The region reported two cases of the coronavirus in Cherepovets City.
Hospitals of Vologda Region are ready to work under quarantine and to admit patients with COVID-19. Vologda Region Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov toured a hospital converted for coronavirus patients located in Vologda.
The Emergency Headquarters for Infection Control in the Vologda region declared a quarantine in connection with suspected coronavirus infection in Cherepovets.
The Vologda Region Government on Thursday released a series of sweeping guidelines. During a Covid-19 outbreak in the community, they should stay home as much as possible. The elderly are most at risk from coronavirus.
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.
March 25, Russia celebrates the Day of workers of culture. The corresponding decree was signed in 2007 by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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.
Taking into account the adverse epidemiological situation, a meeting of the Russian National Network Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements was held via a video conference in Vologda.
The decision concerning strict control over self-isolation of Russians and foreigners who arrived from abroad was taken at the meeting of the local government.
Plenipotentiary Presidential Representative in Russia’s North West and local government authorities discussed readiness of the Vologda Region for reliable and accident-free passage of snowmelt floods and flood waters.
Prospects for further cooperation between the Vologda Region and the Republic of Belarus were discussed at the 16th meeting of the joint Commission for the development of cooperation between the Vologda Region Government and the Government of the Republic of Belarus via video conference. The parties discussed the results of trade and economic cooperation, and their future prospects.
Russian state decorations were awarded in Vologda on March 17. The award ceremony was held in the governor’s mansion.
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.
On March 16th Vologda Region Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov held a meeting on measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus on the territory of the Vologda Region.
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