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.
The Executive Order declaring non-work days in Russia was signed by Russian President Vladimir Putin on March 25th.
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.
The Vologda Lace Museum, one of the most-visited museums in the Vologda Region, offers a peek at its wonderful treasures with free multimedia guide with augmented reality in the ARTEFACT application.
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.
As homebound residents of the Vologda Region scramble for activities to fill their waking hours, cultural institutions are looking for ways to keep eyes pointed their way.