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Despite relaxing Covid rules, Putin has insisted on strict personal bubble since April
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Despite relaxing Covid rules, Putin has insisted on strict personal bubble since April
Four months after Russia relaxed most of its coronavirus restrictions, President Vladimir Putin effectively remains in lockdown, with his staff and the few people he meets placed under an obligatory two week-quarantine before getting anywhere near him, it was revealed this week. The 67-year-old Russian leader, who has always been health-conscious, initially downplayed the threat of Covid-19. However, when the city of Moscow imposed a strict lockdown at the end of March he retreated to his out-of-town residence and stopped receiving visitors. Mr Putin declared a tentative victory over coronavirus in June, anxious to hold a nationwide vote on constitutional amendments that allowed him to stay in power for at least two more terms. While most Russians resumed socialising and travelling over the summer, Mr Putin, who typically has a busy travel schedule, remains a recluse, holding all but a few of his meetings via conference calls. Journalists who cover the Russian presidentÂ’s work as part of the Kremlin press pool told the Telegraph that print correspondents have not been invited to Kremlin events since March. They say that the few photographers and cameramen who got to see Mr Putin have been required to spend two weeks in quarantine.
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