Putin posthumously awarded the volunteer Svetlana Anuryev the Order of Pirogov :: Society :: RBC

Svetlana Anuryeva

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Volunteer Svetlana Anuryeva posthumously became a holder of the Order of Pirogov, which was introduced on June 20, 2020. The rewarding of Anurieva is stated in the decree of President Vladimir Putin, published on the Kremlin website.

“For the dedication shown in the fight against coronavirus infection (COVID-19), award the Order of Pirogov to Svetlana Borisovna Anuryeva – volunteer, Ulyanovsk Region (posthumously),” the document says.

Earlier, at a meeting with the president, participants in the All Together Russian rally, asked posthumously to award Svetlana Anuryeva from the village of Karsun, Ulyanovsk Region, who fought cancer and was one of the project’s most active volunteers.

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Who tests less has fewer infections?


End of June in Texas: Because the virus is spreading faster in southern America, new restrictions are necessary
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Who tests less has fewer infections? Political ghost drivers, who calculate in the pandemic, ridicule the mind. And they only further remove us all from a recovery in the globalized world.

Hone and a half days for the first million, twelve days for the second million and finally less than six days for the tenth million. Here we are: Ten million Sars CoV-2 infections reported worldwide, almost half a million registered fatalities – in six months. It is not necessary to refer to the allegedly high number of unreported cases in many regions of the world to recognize that the pandemic is far from over. This virus does not leave us in peace, it comes and goes, it is dangerous and remains unpredictable – even for young people.

Of course, hope is urgently needed now. We should protect ourselves as best we can from the demoralizing effects of the ups and downs in this “marathon” (Angela Merkel). But illusory hopes as well as the still circulating self-deception and pretenses cannot give the security that everyone wants.

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Chinese warn of swine flu return

Grippe specialists warn of a new influenza strain with pandemic potential. Not for the first time. This has happened repeatedly in recent years, even long after the brief flare-up of the swine flu pandemic eleven years ago. However, the new warning is likely to hit many people, because it comes at the worst possible moment in the middle of the unsolved coronavirus pandemic and the debate about disease-prone factory farms. “The G4 genotype of swine flu reassortants now has all the decisive features that make it a candidate for an influenza pandemic,” wrote a group of Chinese influenza researchers in the “PNAS”, the journalistic stage of the American National Science Academies important and, above all, widely recognized science magazine.

Joachim Müller-Jung

Editor in the feature section, responsible for the “Nature and Science” department.

Sars-CoV-2 and the flu circulating at the same time, mind you: an ordinary influenza – this scenario is considered by the epidemic experts as “the perfect storm”. This would be a realistic scenario for the coming autumn and winter – intensive care units could quickly reach the limit. But a veritable pandemic influenza virus and the new corona virus combined? Yet it is not so far. And maybe it won’t happen until corona vaccinations are actually available. However, there is no doubt that Honglei Sun’s Chinese virologists’ study, carried out by veterinarians from Beijing and the early warning center of the Chinese Science Academy, provides little reassuring insight. Since 2013, a new type of influenza A virus, which is infectious to humans, has been established in at least ten Chinese provinces, where the pigs and pig factory workers raised there have been randomly examined for influenza viruses since 2011. G4.

Strikingly offensive alarm

A tenth of the workers in pig factories are said to have been in contact with the virus. Between 2016 and 2019, many people were infected with this special influenza variant, especially in the factory farms. More recent data from 2020 are not provided. At least that gives hope. The special virus strain, genotype G4, had also been noticed by other scientists in the laboratories, and these analyzes were also carried out two or three years ago. This at least suggests that there is apparently no immediate danger of a pandemic. Nevertheless, the Chinese experts are strikingly alarming.

Swine flu viruses are among the influenza A viruses that cross species boundaries and are therefore among the largest “problem viruses”.

To date, fewer than a handful of people infected with new, striking swine flu variants have been identified in China. The two most recent cases – a 46-year-old adult and a nine-year-old child – date from 2016 and 2019 and have been infected with the G4 genotype. Exactly the type that researchers are paying close attention to among a handful of other disease candidates. What is special about this pathogen?

First of all, as with many genetic variants that keep appearing again and again, it is a so-called reassortant made from pigs. Reassortants are new virus mixtures. Pigs have been notoriously known as the ideal “mix container” for influenza viruses for many decades. They have a lot of contact and are very close to people, including birds and other animals, also and especially in the Chinese provinces. At the same time, the hygienic conditions in the increasingly expanding mass storage system and processing are ideal for the rapid spread of pathogens. In addition, pigs are so close to us genetically and thus in many molecular biological details that the viruses do not have to make very large molecular genetic leaps. Such jumps occur again and again: Small genetic jumps – mutations – occur practically with every virus multiplication, because of the high error rate when copying the RNA gene material with influenza viruses even very often (in contrast to coronaviruses, which are a less error-prone copying machine – RNA polymerase – own). Virus characteristics drift.

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Restaurants. Chaos installed around closing time

Restaurants that are licensed after 11 pm may continue to operate as long as customers have entered the space until that time. The guarantee is given to i by the secretary general of Ahresp when admitting that there have been “great confusions” in recent weeks, with the PSP forcing the owners to close their establishments, regardless of the time of their license. “The police have made a clean slate of all restaurants and there have been several complaints from restaurant owners who, despite being licensed to continue operating after 11 pm, are forced to close doors at this time. This is a result of the lack of clarity with which the resolutions and the respective implementations of them have come out. What is at stake is the entrance and from 11 pm no more customers can enter, but those inside can finish their meals without an hour limit, that is, until the time the establishment has to stay active ”, Says Ana Jacinto.

However, leave a note: these establishments can continue to operate as long as they do not become bars, which are not yet authorized to open (see page 4). “Ahresp has been confronted with situations in which establishments and terraces in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon are ordered to close by security forces, due to ignorance of the law or due to misinterpretations about it”, he guarantees.

An opinion shared by João Teixeira, partner in the litigation area at Antas da Cunha ECIJA, admitting that the diplomas are complex to analyze and you enter a dark area that requires common sense. “What the resolution of the council of ministers says is that from 11 pm new customers cannot be admitted, but those inside the restaurants can naturally finish their meal. This is the rule. The owners will not close after 2am or 3am. What is normal to happen is that from midnight, with more or less margin, the spaces close. If we are going to toughen up and look at these standards without common sense, who’s going to a restaurant? And who can’t have dinner before 10:30 pm or 10:45 pm? It is that we are applying a law in a blind manner, damaging the economy, “says the lawyer to i, adding that” clients must have a reasonable time to finish their meal, make the payment with some tranquility. I would say that we have a range of 1h or 1h30 to make this happen at the most ”.

João Teixeira says that this clarification is now more urgent, since the contraordenacional regime has already come into force and the police can provisionally close a space. “From the point of view of the impact that this can have on the entrepreneur, it is terrible”.

I know that this has been a recurring practice mainly in Lisbon, with the police tightening the siege on restaurants without taking into account the time of their license and distributing information leaflets that, according to the sector association, are not enlightening ( see side column).

In view of this scenario, Ahresp has already asked the Ministry of Economy for clarification regarding this situation and had the following response. “The closing of the establishment at 11 pm means that no new customers can be admitted after that time, assuming, however, that the establishment can operate until the service provided to clients who have entered until 11 pm ends”, explains Association.

Ana Jacinto guarantees that, at this moment, there must be “common sense, training and better clarity” of the rules to avoid this type of situation.

Other inconsistencies

The task is no longer simple in the case of take-away, home delivery and drive-ins. Here too, according to the official, there is “enormous confusion and there have been more and more frequent situations in which the police force the closure of these spaces after 8pm. For Ahresp, there is no doubt: “Catering establishments can operate in the take-away, home delivery and drive-in modalities without being subject to the 23-hour hourly limit, since this limit applies exclusively to new admissions for consumption in the establishment itself ”.

The same scenario is repeated on the terraces. And, once again, Ana Jacinto says that chaos is installed. “Complaints came to us that, on Friday, many restaurants with a terrace were forced by the police to close at 8 pm because they were serving alcoholic beverages, but those drinks were being served as part of a meal. It doesn’t make sense ”, refers to i. And he recalls: “The sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited, but as long as they are sold alone. If they are accompanied by a meal, they cannot be prohibited ”.

The confusion gains greater contours when it comes to pastries and snack bars that serve meals but, as they do not have catering CAE (code that frames the economic activity of companies), they cannot operate beyond 8 pm. “We have been encouraging the owners to have terraces, encouraging the owners to negotiate with the cameras on these spaces because it is considered safer for people to be on the street instead of being indoors. Many made these investments, but now they say that it is necessary to close at 20h. The owners are totally disoriented and this is chaotic for those who have a business ”, he adds to i.

For the sector association, there is no doubt: “An establishment that has a secondary CAE as an activity that can work and that clearly distinguishes itself from an activity forced to close, such as, for example, a traditional restaurant and bar can open the part from the traditional restaurant to serve meals. The same can no longer happen if the differentiation of activities is not evident (for example, bars that also serve snacks ”).

It is no longer the first time that the Prime Minister, António Costa, has come to guarantee that, if it is necessary to take steps backwards in the lack of definition, he will do so, but that he prefers to control the situation, considering that the best form of solidarity and recovery is all comply with the rules.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has also been hinting at the idea of ​​tightening security on the streets by security forces in order to comply with the rules and has already admitted that it can reinforce the police’s inspection capacity by calling in agents from other regions. The idea is to control alcohol consumption in open spaces accessible to the public and on public roads. Hence, supermarkets and hypermarkets cannot sell alcoholic beverages after 8 pm.

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Restaurants. Chaos installed around closing time

Restaurants that are licensed after 11 pm may continue to operate as long as customers have entered the space until that time. The guarantee is given to i by the secretary general of Ahresp when admitting that there have been “great confusions” in recent weeks, with the PSP forcing the owners to close their establishments, regardless of the time of their license. “The police have made a clean slate of all restaurants and there have been several complaints from restaurant owners who, despite being licensed to continue operating after 11 pm, are forced to close doors at this time. This is a result of the lack of clarity with which the resolutions and the respective implementations of them have come out. What is at stake is the entrance and from 11 pm no more customers can enter, but those inside can finish their meals without an hour limit, that is, until the time the establishment has to stay active ”, Says Ana Jacinto.

However, leave a note: these establishments can continue to operate as long as they do not become bars, which are not yet authorized to open (see page 4). “Ahresp has been confronted with situations in which establishments and terraces in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon are ordered to close by security forces, due to ignorance of the law or due to misinterpretations about it”, he guarantees.

An opinion shared by João Teixeira, partner in the litigation area at Antas da Cunha ECIJA, admitting that the diplomas are complex to analyze and you enter a dark area that requires common sense. “What the resolution of the council of ministers says is that from 11 pm new customers cannot be admitted, but those inside the restaurants can naturally finish their meal. This is the rule. The owners will not close after 2am or 3am. What is normal to happen is that from midnight, with more or less margin, the spaces close. If we are going to toughen up and look at these standards without common sense, who’s going to a restaurant? And who can’t have dinner before 10:30 pm or 10:45 pm? It is that we are applying a law in a blind manner, damaging the economy, “says the lawyer to i, adding that” clients must have a reasonable time to finish their meal, make the payment with some tranquility. I would say that we have a range of 1h or 1h30 to make this happen at the most ”.

João Teixeira says that this clarification is now more urgent, since the contraordenacional regime has already come into force and the police can provisionally close a space. “From the point of view of the impact that this can have on the entrepreneur, it is terrible”.

I know that this has been a recurring practice mainly in Lisbon, with the police tightening the siege on restaurants without taking into account the time of their license and distributing information leaflets that, according to the sector association, are not enlightening ( see side column).

In view of this scenario, Ahresp has already asked the Ministry of Economy for clarification regarding this situation and had the following response. “The closing of the establishment at 11 pm means that no new customers can be admitted after that time, assuming, however, that the establishment can operate until the service provided to clients who have entered until 11 pm ends”, explains Association.

Ana Jacinto guarantees that, at this moment, there must be “common sense, training and better clarity” of the rules to avoid this type of situation.

Other inconsistencies

The task is no longer simple in the case of take-away, home delivery and drive-ins. Here too, according to the official, there is “enormous confusion and there have been more and more frequent situations in which the police force the closure of these spaces after 8pm. For Ahresp, there is no doubt: “Catering establishments can operate in the take-away, home delivery and drive-in modalities without being subject to the 23-hour hourly limit, since this limit applies exclusively to new admissions for consumption in the establishment itself ”.

The same scenario is repeated on the terraces. And, once again, Ana Jacinto says that chaos is installed. “Complaints came to us that, on Friday, many restaurants with a terrace were forced by the police to close at 8 pm because they were serving alcoholic beverages, but those drinks were being served as part of a meal. It doesn’t make sense ”, refers to i. And he recalls: “The sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited, but as long as they are sold alone. If they are accompanied by a meal, they cannot be prohibited ”.

The confusion gains greater contours when it comes to pastries and snack bars that serve meals but, as they do not have catering CAE (code that frames the economic activity of companies), they cannot operate beyond 8 pm. “We have been encouraging the owners to have terraces, encouraging the owners to negotiate with the cameras on these spaces because it is considered safer for people to be on the street instead of being indoors. Many made these investments, but now they say that it is necessary to close at 20h. The owners are totally disoriented and this is chaotic for those who have a business ”, he adds to i.

For the sector association, there is no doubt: “An establishment that has a secondary CAE as an activity that can work and that clearly distinguishes itself from an activity forced to close, such as, for example, a traditional restaurant and bar can open the part from the traditional restaurant to serve meals. The same can no longer happen if the differentiation of activities is not evident (for example, bars that also serve snacks ”).

It is no longer the first time that the Prime Minister, António Costa, has come to guarantee that, if it is necessary to take steps backwards in the lack of definition, he will do so, but that he prefers to control the situation, considering that the best form of solidarity and recovery is all comply with the rules.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs has also been hinting at the idea of ​​tightening security on the streets by security forces in order to comply with the rules and has already admitted that it can reinforce the police’s inspection capacity by calling in agents from other regions. The idea is to control alcohol consumption in open spaces accessible to the public and on public roads. Hence, supermarkets and hypermarkets cannot sell alcoholic beverages after 8 pm.

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no case in 8 regions

The Civil protection has issued the bulletin related to cases of coronavirus in Italy, updated at 17 today, 29 June. The total infected since the beginning of the epidemic are now 240,436, of which 189,196 have recovered and 34,744 have died. At this time there are 16,496 people with coronavirus in Italy.


READ ALSO -> Coronavirus in Lombardy: 78 new cases, one victim

Compared to yesterday, total cases increased by 126 patients (yesterday by 174), of which 78 in Lombardy; the currently positive decreased by 185 people (difference between cases, deaths and healed during the day); the healed have grown by 305 units; the deceased 6. 96 ICU patients are sick, 2 fewer than yesterday. There are 15,280 out of 16,496 people in home isolation: 92.6% of the total. 27,218 swabs were performed in one day (7,991 of which in Lombardy): the national total is now 5,341,837 swabs for a figure of 3,235,504 cases tested. In eight regions, there have been no new cases in the past 24 hours.

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no case in 8 regions

The Civil protection has issued the bulletin related to cases of coronavirus in Italy, updated at 17 today, 29 June. The total infected since the beginning of the epidemic are now 240,436, of which 189,196 have recovered and 34,744 have died. At this time there are 16,496 people with coronavirus in Italy.


READ ALSO -> Coronavirus in Lombardy: 78 new cases, one victim

Compared to yesterday, total cases increased by 126 patients (yesterday by 174), of which 78 in Lombardy; the currently positive decreased by 185 people (difference between cases, deaths and healed during the day); the healed have grown by 305 units; the deceased 6. 96 ICU patients are sick, 2 fewer than yesterday. There are 15,280 out of 16,496 people in home isolation: 92.6% of the total. 27,218 swabs were performed in one day (7,991 of which in Lombardy): the national total is now 5,341,837 swabs for a figure of 3,235,504 cases tested. In eight regions, there have been no new cases in the past 24 hours.

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Will expose children with a shield: experts assessed the situation in the monastery captured by Sergius

Shihigumen called “absolutely depraved person”

Recall that shegumen Sergius was banned from serving after he repeatedly stated that the coronavirus pandemic was created artificially, vaccination would lead to chipping, and the Russian Orthodox Church had abandoned the faith and should not have closed churches during quarantine. Then he closed in a convent, declared himself rector, and the Russian Orthodox Church – the main enemy of Russia, refused to remember the Patriarch and is now waiting for the coming of the Orthodox Tsar. With some periodicity Sergius makes very sharp messages. The “access control” in the monastery is carried out by strong young people who consider themselves followers of the shiigumen.

The representative of the diocese, Archpriest Maxim Menyailo, told MK that the situation is still in the trial, although the shiigumen ignores the meetings and does not recognize the authority of the church court:

– The next meeting of the church court is scheduled for July 3. We urge Sergius to embark on the path of repentance and leave the dangerous path of exclusion from the Russian Orthodox Church on which he is today.

Father Maxim believes that “there is still a window of opportunity for Father Sergius” to “talk with his brethren, with the church court” and peacefully resolve the situation.

Professor Alexander Dvorkin, president of the Center for Religious Studies in the name of the holy martyr Irenaeus of Lyons, believes that law enforcement agencies should intervene in the situation. But be careful, as this can have dire consequences, given the identity of the schemingman:

– As for the church court. The diocese launched the whole situation to impossibility. It was necessary to do something with Sergius five years ago, or even much earlier. For the past ten years, from time to time, I have addressed the diocese with requests from the victims, with warnings that a totalitarian sect has formed around it. The diocese ignored the situation and now created not only themselves, but the whole country a problem.

The church court may deprive him of his rank, but he wanted to spit on it. He already said that the Church does not recognize, he has his own church, he does not remember the Patriarch, he demands the convocation of a Local Council on his own occasion. This is a real megalomania …

– Sergius ignores the decisions of the church court, but, in principle, has the right to be in the monastery. What to do?

– As for the fact that Sergius has the right to be in the monastery, – yes, it is quite possible, he has. But there is a criminal code. Those statements that Sergius allows himself – in my opinion, this really falls under the Criminal Code. Why the diocese does not respond is one question. But why don’t law enforcement respond? A person calls for abandonment of vaccination (which jeopardizes people’s lives), obviously incites ethnic and religious hatred, calls for an uprising against the existing authorities, offends the president, the Duma, senior officials and so on. Take any other person – for much less he would be called to account.

– The signs of extremism in his statements are allegedly already being checked by law enforcement agencies …

“You know how to say that there are signs of tuberculosis when a person coughed up three quarters of his lungs.” Perhaps not only law enforcement officers, but also psychiatrists should work here. Apparently, the further, the less adequate it becomes.

Lord Acton also said that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. In this sense, Sergei Romanov is an absolutely depraved person. You cannot leave the situation as is. Now he is surrounded by a large number of women and children. And he will simply be blocked by them. Knowing his criminal past, I would not be surprised if he puts all the children in front of him in the event of any power actions. Here you need to be very, very careful and calculate well how to act.

– The agenda that he is promoting is very populist and resonates.

– Yes, she finds a response. And that is why we need to work with this. Because a very large number of people are now sitting, waiting and looking – can this be done with impunity. And if everything gets away with Sergius, this can serve as a trigger for these people.

The case of extremism can easily be brought against the schema of Sergius, if there is political will, said the expert on “extremist” cases, lawyer Dmitry Agranovsky:

– I don’t see any particular problems for law enforcement agencies. Since from the practice of law enforcement articles related to extremism, it is clear that the cases were initiated on very far-fetched, and, in my opinion, completely innocent reasons. It would be a desire, but there is an article.

As for the analysis of specific statements by the schema of Sergius, I am not authorized to analyze them, I respect the presumption of innocence. But, I repeat, there are no problems with attracting a person under the article on extremism. On the contrary, I very often see that these articles are given an expansive interpretation.

– That is, a criminal case can be instituted and by the decision of the court, Sergei Romanov can be taken into custody?

– No citizen in the country is safe from this, except for those, of course, who have the appropriate immunity.

– Suppose a police squad comes to the monastery to take Sergius to court. There is its own guard, novices, children … They may not give up their “father.”

– People are still reasonable. No one will burden their guilt with resistance. It is one thing to expel Sobchak from the monastery, and it is another to resist the authorities in the performance of their duties.

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UWV is too busy with corona crisis to check job application obligation NOW

The UWV is so busy with extra work due to the corona crisis that it is no longer up to some other tasks. Supervision of the obligations of benefit recipients is partly missing, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW) reports Monday.

The UWV has recently given “the highest priority” to the timely payment of and decisions about unemployment benefits. The number of applications grew sharply due to the crisis and then there were the emergency measures NOW and TOFA.

An example of policy where control and enforcement is now less strong is the obligation to apply or appear. If jobseekers do not comply with this, this will temporarily have no consequences for the benefit. The measure applies in any case until 1 September.

According to the ministry, the UWV has worked overtime in recent months, but capacity is limited. New employees are therefore recruited and trained at the benefits agency.

Minister Wouter Koolmees (Social Affairs and Employment) has the biannual State of implementation of social security Sent to the House of Representatives on Monday.

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Coronavirus, 126 new cases and 6 deaths: it is the lowest number of victims since late February





Le terapie intensive – Intensive care patients decrease by 2: in fact, 96 of them are 43 in Lombardy. In 9 Regions and in the province of Trento there are no longer patients in intensive care. 1,120 hospitalized with symptoms, 40 fewer than on Sunday, 15,280 people in home isolation, 143 fewer than the previous day and 16,496 currently positive (185 less), according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Lombardy data – In Lombardy there are 78 new cases of coronavirus (of which 21 detected after serological tests and 28 weakly positive) out of 7,991 swabs carried out. In the last 24 hours there has been only one death, with the total rising to 16,640 deaths since February. The healed and discharged reach 66,376. In intensive care 43 patients remain in hospital and 321 in other wards. These are the data released by the Region.

New victims only in 4 Regions – Only four regions have registered new victims in the last 24 hours: Lombardy, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany. In the remaining 16 there were no other deaths. In 8 Regions, however, there are no new positives: Marche, Puglia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Umbria, Sardinia, Valle d’Aosta, Calabria and Molise, as well as in the autonomous Province of Trento.

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