Businessmen asked Putin not to introduce a new quarantine in Russia


At the RSPP congress on October 21, members of the the Union's Board asked President Vladimir Putin not to introduce a new quarantine in Russia despite the growing number of COVID-19 cases.

This issue was discussed during a closed meeting of businessmen with the president, RBC reports. Earlier, the representative of the president said that the Kremlin did not have such plans.


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