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The ILO predicted a significant increase in the number of unemployed by the end of the year

The number of people who have lost their jobs because of the pandemic, COVID-19 by the end of 2020 significantly exceeds earlier projections and may reach 400 million, said in published on Tuesday a new report by the International labour organization.

At the end of April experts of the ILO said that more than 300 million people will lose their jobs and 1.6 billion people will lose livelihoods due to quarantine measures in connection with COVID-19.

The ILO called security measures in offices to combat COVID-19

The international labour organization (ILO) called security measures that can be maintained to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on jobs in the coming months.

According to the Director of the ILO Bureau for countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia Olga Kulaeva, when resuming work after an epidemic may remain the requirement to enter the Elevator one by one, keep a distance of at least two meters between people, to change periods of work of employees in the office and at home, they do not intersect in the same room. Also it is possible to differentiate the routes of movement inside the building: for example, one corridor people come into the room, and come out of it differently.