The Pension Fund of Russia (PFR) will, as usual, transfer pensions to financial and delivery organizations on non-working days from October 30 to November 7. If a Russian receives a pension on holidays – November 4 and 5 – then the payment will be made in advance.
The FIU told Rossiyskaya Gazeta that the fund’s employees will continue to work during the period of restrictions. The changes can only affect customer services, so before visiting the fund’s branches, you need to clarify the work schedules in advance.
Russian Post will operate as usual, with the exception of November 3-5. On November 3, branches will be closed 1 hour earlier, on November 4, they will be closed all day, and on November 5, they will work according to the Saturday schedule.
In Russia, non-working days are announced from October 30 to November 7. The authorities of the regions in which the situation with COVID-19 is difficult can introduce non-working days as early as October 23. QR codes can be entered at the same time.
On the spread of coronavirus in Russia – in the material “Kommersant” “The virus distinguished itself by its diversity.”