Russia's first two regions announced the abolition of the mandatory wearing of masks


Mask wearing will be completely abolished in Udmurtia starting from February 12, said the head of the region, Alexander Brechalov, during his live Q&A session with citizens.

Starting from Friday, February 12, the mask regime in the republic will be of recommendatory character. He explained the cancellation of compulsory masks by the fact that many residents have already had coronavirus. At the same time, Brechalov asked those who had not contracted the coronavirus and those who had received the first or second components of the vaccine to "take care" and still wear a mask in public places, including transport, stores and theaters.

On February 10, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, also announced the cancellation of the mask regime in the region's public places. 


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