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The Russians are tired of the restrictive measures imposed because of the pandemic of coronavirus, said the head of the practice of political analysis VTSIOM Mikhail Mamonov. It is reported RIA Novosti on Wednesday, June 10.
From the polls reveals that only 16 percent of citizens are really afraid of being infected, he said. “That is, the routinization question and even restrictive measures perceived as redundant,” he said during a round table organized by the Institute for social research (AISI).
The expert added that this issue is an important step-by-step cancellation of restrictions, otherwise people will start to doubt expediency of the original measure.
On the pragmatic relation of people to the decisions of the authorities, said the Chairman of the Board of the Foundation “Center of political technologies” Boris Makarenko. According to him, besides the fact that it was “a serious Wake-up call for the authorities,” this attitude can become the basis for the emergence in society of a new form of solidarity.
9 June in Moscow was cancelled a mode of self-isolation, the system throughput and schedule of walks. The next two stages of the lifting of restrictions planned in the capital on 16 and 23 June. In other regions of Russia also there is the relaxation of quarantine measures. Most often the first ones to open small shops with clothing and footwear, museums and libraries, beauty salons.
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