A third of citizens did not approve of the introduction of non-working days and lockdown

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A third of citizens did not approve of the introduction of non-working days and lockdown
A third of citizens did not approve of the introduction of non-working days and lockdown
22 October, 09:34Society
The majority of Russians - 59% - supported the authorities' decision to introduce non-working days from October 30 to November 7. However, 31% of citizens opposed this measure. 10% could not determine their opinion.

Earlier, we recall, President Vladimir Putin announced the need to introduce a non-working week from October 30 to November 7, but in those constituent entities of the Russian Federation where the situation with covid is the most difficult, it is possible to leave for an unplanned weekend earlier - from October 23.

As follows from the poll of the service "Zarplata.ru", the results of which are cited by TASS, 36% of the respondents intend to go on a trip during the announced lockdown. Recall that the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko urged Russians not to use these days off as a vacation, otherwise, the politician believes, the pandemic cannot be stopped. Rospotrebnadzor also asked Russians to stay at home these days.

27% of the study participants said they would spend this time with their family. 14% admitted that they are going to get enough sleep during this period. 5% will spend their free time on sports.

Earlier, we will remind, the mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin announced the introduction of non-working days in the capital ahead of schedule - from 28 October. Following the capital, the corresponding decision was made by the authorities of the Moscow region, as well as other regions.

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