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|Window on Eurasia — New Series: Russians Dont Trust Authorities about Any Aspect of Pandemic|
Staunton, September 6 Because public trust in the authorities is so low, most Russians dont trust anything the powers that be are now saying about the pandemic including that the country wont get a second wave, that schooling wont be shifted to distance learning, and that life in Russia will soon return to what it was before the coronavirus arrived (regnum.ru/news/3055218.html and ura.news/articles/1036281016).
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Instead, officials find themselves in a situation where people are drawing their own conclusions, such as seeing each uptick in number of infections as heralding a new wave of the pandemic or even viewing assurances by Putin and Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin about the future as efforts to distract the population.
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