Two-thirds of the staff of the Moscow city Duma transferred to remote work

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the Chairman of city Parliament Alexey Shaposhnikov said that twice the number of employees of the Moscow city Duma working remotely March 30.

He said that from March 23 remote mode duties transferred a third of the employees of the Moscow city Duma. Shaposhnikov said that the measures taken in accordance with the decree of the Moscow mayor about the alert on March 5, and the Protocol decision of the city Parliament from the 18th of March.

In connection with the adoption of additional measures to combat the threat of the spread of coronavirus from March 30 in Moscow, the remote work moved another third of the employees of the Moscow city Duma. In particular, we are talking about the deputies of the Moscow Parliament and their assistants.

“the possibility of using video conferencing of the meetings of commissions and plenary sessions of the Moscow Parliament,” – said Shaposhnikov.

Earlier the President of Russia Vladimir Putin called justified the introduction of the regime of self-isolation in Moscow and the Moscow region. He noted that it is necessary “for huge multi-million dollar Metropolitan area, which first collided with the spread of the coronavirus”. The Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin instructed the governors to consider the possibility of introducing similar measures in their regions.

Sergei Sobyanin stressed that the introduction of non-working weeks will dramatically strengthen measures for the isolation of citizens. He noted that about 20% of Muscovites continue to ignore the calls for a regime of isolation. This led to the need to introduce quarantine for all Muscovites, regardless of age.

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