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Spa and other spa facilities are being closed, with some staff working overtime to try and make up the lost hours.

But, with the weather set to be much warmer, some have reported they are having to work extra hours.

With temperatures forecast to remain in the 30s overnight, many of those that have taken on extra shifts have been left with no choice but to work as much as they can.

Some of those who have not had to work overtime say they are finding it difficult to stay healthy and feel tired.

“I have been working all day, but I can’t feel well.

I am tired, I feel dizzy and I feel a little sick,” said one woman who declined to be named for fear of jeopardising her future work.

She said she has to work through her day on top of the work she was promised in her job, and she has not been able to get the rest of the week off.

In a separate incident, a woman from the eastern city of Yerevan, who is also an administrator at a spa, said she had been working 12-hour shifts at the same time, only to find she was working too much and could not get enough sleep.

“I cannot sleep at night.

I feel as though I am losing my mind,” she said.

Some of those affected have said they have had to use their sick leave to save money.

“I need to use my sick leave, because I am not allowed to work.

I cannot even work,” said another spa worker who did not want to be identified for fear he might be fired.

At the same spa, a worker from the southern city of Surgut told the BBC he was working up to six hours a day, including two nights out on the town’s beach.

“If you are going to be on holiday, why not work at least a couple of hours,” he said.

“We are trying to save our health.”

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that up to 20 million people around the world are at risk of contracting the coronavirus each year.