Due to the coronavirus epidemic, Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin ordered to extend the moratorium on scheduled inspections of small and medium-sized businesses until the end of 2021. website government.
According to him, the sector was the most affected by the restrictions imposed. At a meeting with the Deputy Prime Ministers, Mishustin noted that the government’s task is to support citizens.
Earlier on the possibility of extending the moratorium stated Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of state indicated that such a measure would reduce the administrative and tax burden on tens of thousands of companies employing millions of the country’s residents.
The government decree on a moratorium on scheduled inspections came into force this spring. Then the deadline for its completion was December 31, 2020. The second wave of coronavirus forced the plans to change, during which the record for the daily number of Russians diagnosed with COVID-19 was broken many times.
Over the past day, 26,338 new cases of infection were detected in the country in 84 regions. Died 368 people, 21 987 patients recovered.