President of Kazakhstan instructed to consider returning to strict quarantine :: Society :: RBC

He also instructed, in preparation for the second wave of the epidemic, to increase the number of infectious beds by one and a half times by the end of July, using all reserves, including private and departmental clinics.

“I am instructing the government to resolve the issue of providing pharmaceuticals within five days,” Tokayev added.

He also commissioned the development of a national plan to protect the life and health of Kazakhstanis and pointed out the need to ensure consumer price stability.

Over the previous day, 547 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Kazakhstan, the total number of cases exceeded 21.3 thousand. In addition, 1066 asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus infection were registered on June 28, 2020, which are not included in the general statistics. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 183 people have died, including five in the last day.

In March, the two largest cities of Kazakhstan – Nur-Sultan and Alma-Ata – were closed for quarantine, entry and exit from the cities was limited. On May 11, the state of emergency was lifted in Kazakhstan, however, the restrictions introduced within its framework were not immediately lifted. In particular, roadblocks at the entrances to Nur Sultan and Alma-Ata were removed only on the night of May 31 to June 1. In late June, the regime began to tighten again – on the weekend of June 27–28, public transport stopped working in Alma-Ata, large shops, covered markets, public catering establishments closed, etc.

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President of Kazakhstan instructed to consider returning to strict quarantine :: Society :: RBC

He also instructed, in preparation for the second wave of the epidemic, to increase the number of infectious beds by one and a half times by the end of July, using all reserves, including private and departmental clinics.

“I am instructing the government to resolve the issue of providing pharmaceuticals within five days,” Tokayev added.

He also commissioned the development of a national plan to protect the life and health of Kazakhstanis and pointed out the need to ensure consumer price stability.

Over the previous day, 547 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Kazakhstan, the total number of cases exceeded 21.3 thousand. In addition, 1066 asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus infection were registered on June 28, 2020, which are not included in the general statistics. Since the beginning of the epidemic, 183 people have died, including five in the last day.

In March, the two largest cities of Kazakhstan – Nur-Sultan and Alma-Ata – were closed for quarantine, entry and exit from the cities was limited. On May 11, the state of emergency was lifted in Kazakhstan, however, the restrictions introduced within its framework were not immediately lifted. In particular, roadblocks at the entrances to Nur Sultan and Alma-Ata were removed only on the night of May 31 to June 1. In late June, the regime began to tighten again – on the weekend of June 27–28, public transport stopped working in Alma-Ata, large shops, covered markets, public catering establishments closed, etc.

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Source: JHU,
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Source: JHU, federal and regional anti-virus operations

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The number of voters who vote for amendments online exceeds 1 million people :: Society :: RBC

Photo: Maxim Shipenkov / EPA / TASS

More than 1 million people took part in the electronic voting on amendments to the Constitution, turnout exceeded 85%. This was reported by the Public Headquarters for Monitoring and Monitoring of All-Russian Voting in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports.

“We have exceeded 1 million people using remote electronic voting,” said head of staff Ilya Massukh. In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting.

VTsIOM explained the publication of exit polls for the Constitution

Photo: Sergey Karpukhin / TASS

The official representative of the headquarters, Alexander Asafov, added that at 14:00 in Moscow issued more than 886 thousand ballots, more than 873 thousand Muscovites voted.

Only residents of Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod Region can participate in electronic voting, it runs from June 25 to 30.

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The number of voters who vote for amendments online exceeds 1 million people :: Society :: RBC

Photo: Maxim Shipenkov / EPA / TASS

More than 1 million people took part in the electronic voting on amendments to the Constitution, turnout exceeded 85%. This was reported by the Public Headquarters for Monitoring and Monitoring of All-Russian Voting in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports.

“We have exceeded 1 million people using remote electronic voting,” said head of staff Ilya Massukh. In total, 1,190,726 people were registered for electronic voting.

VTsIOM explained the publication of exit polls for the Constitution

Photo: Sergey Karpukhin / TASS

The official representative of the headquarters, Alexander Asafov, added that at 14:00 in Moscow issued more than 886 thousand ballots, more than 873 thousand Muscovites voted.

Only residents of Moscow and the Nizhny Novgorod Region can participate in electronic voting, it runs from June 25 to 30.

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The public headquarters reviewed 12 reports of problems at the polls :: Politics :: RBC

The review team of the public headquarters for monitoring voting on amendments to the Constitution examined 12 reports of violations or contingencies in the precincts, the headquarters website said in a statement. Not all of them were confirmed.

At one of the polling stations, a member of the precinct election commission refused to give out ballots without finding the people who came in the voter list. The headquarters said in a statement that “these data were contained in the list, but a member of the commission simply did not leaf it through to the end.” On another site, the electricity was turned off.

“In general, the June 28 vote passed without incident,” the public headquarters said.

Earlier on Sunday, the head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, said that by June 28, the CEC received 115 complaints from citizens about possible coercion when voting on amendments to the Constitution.

“As for the so-called use of administrative resources, now there are 115 such appeals,” Pamfilova said.

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The public headquarters calculated the author of a fake about voting on the Constitution

Experts at the public headquarters for monitoring and monitoring nationwide voting in Moscow identified the young man who distributed a staged video about the violation by voting on amendments to the Russian Constitution, said a representative of the headquarters, Alexander Asafov.

He said that the man recorded a video with a package of ballot papers allegedly found on the street. “The video is accompanied by a comment that the package was specially left by the PEC members who conduct a home-based vote in order to carry out a stuffing in the future. However, thanks to the outdoor surveillance cameras, it was possible to establish that the man had brought this package to the place of shooting in advance, that is, he made a production video, ”Mr. Asafov said.

In a video posted on YouTube, observer at PEC No. 2118 Nikita Gavrilov showed how he found a sealed bag of ballots on the street on June 27 and said that he had called the police twice, but no one had arrived, and PEC representatives refused to report the violation. “CCTV cameras showed that there were no other people there, and the young man himself brought the package and left it in this place. And after some time he returned there with a camera in his hands. If you look carefully at the video, you can understand that the fake newsletters are packed in a soft package for mail parcels, ”said a representative of the public headquarters.

Observers have not yet identified violations in the voting on the Constitution in Moscow. Earlier today, the head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova, announced the receipt of 115 complaints about the use of administrative resources. The website “constitution2020.rf” and the website of the Central Electoral Commission were subjected to several DDoS attacks.

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In the Netherlands, refuted data on the arrival of radiation from Europe to Europe :: Society :: RBC

The National Institute of Public Health and the Environment stated that it is impossible to talk about Russia as a source of radiation. The organization only claims that the substances came from western Russia

Building of the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)

(Photo: rivm.nl)

The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) in the Netherlands has denied media reports claiming that Russia has become a source of increased background radiation in Northern Europe. This was announced by the institute on its website.

The RIVM commented on its previous post, in which it claims that radionuclides came to Europe from western Russia. A Sunday report said that perhaps due to an incorrect translation (the message was posted in Dutch), some media mistakenly wrote that the radioactive substances came from Russia. “<...> it is not possible at this stage to determine a specific source country [веществ]”, – says the message of the RIVM.

In the first half of June, sensors from Norway, Finland and Sweden recorded an increase in the level of radionuclides in their territory. In particular, iodine-131 was found in Norway, and cesium-134, cesium-137, cobalt-60 and ruthenium-103 were found in Finland and Sweden. According to RIVM, the amount of substances was very low and did not harm human health and the environment. At the same time, the institute noted that the recorded radionuclides were the result of human activity.

In Severodvinsk recorded a jump in radiation after an emergency with a rocket

View of the city of Severodvinsk

In the Netherlands, no increase in background radiation was recorded; the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment analyzed and synthesized data from other countries.

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Opposition Leader Surpasses Boris Johnson in Public Opinion Poll

According to a public opinion poll conducted by the British sociological company Opinium specifically for The Observer, opposition leader of the Labor Party, Kir Starmer, circumvented the country’s current Prime Minister, Conservative Party leader Boris Johnson. In the preferences of voters. 37% of respondents said that they consider Mr. Starmer to be the most preferred person as prime minister, and 35% think Mr. Johnson.

The activity of the Conservative Party as a whole is approved by 4% more of the respondents – 43% compared with 39% of the Labor Party. However, back in February and early March, the gap between conservatives and Labor was about 20%. The decline in confidence in the ruling party is mainly due to dissatisfaction with the actions taken by the authorities during the quarantine measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If in early April, about 60% of respondents approved the government’s policy in the fight against coronavirus, and about 20% did not approve, now the balance has changed: the approval level has dropped to 36%, and disapproval has grown to 46%.

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Doctors from Russia arrived at Baikonur Cosmodrome to fight against coronavirus :: Society :: RBC

Фото: Aubrey Gemignani / NASA / Getty Images

Specialists of the Federal Biomedical Agency (FMBA) arrived on a special board at the airport of the Extreme Baikonur Cosmodrome. This was reported to RBC in the press service of Roscosmos.

“On the same flight, mechanical ventilation devices, 2 thousand sets of personal protective equipment and the necessary medicines in sufficient quantities arrived,” the state corporation said.

Curfew imposed in Baikonur due to coronavirus

Photo: Alexey Filippov / RIA Novosti

They noted that “they are taking all necessary measures” in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in Baikonur.

On June 26, a curfew was introduced in the Kazakh city of Baikonur because of the coronavirus, restrictions were placed on entry and exit from the city, and public institutions were closed. At the same time, the spaceport continued to work.

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Doctors from Russia arrived at Baikonur Cosmodrome to fight against coronavirus :: Society :: RBC

Фото: Aubrey Gemignani / NASA / Getty Images

Specialists of the Federal Biomedical Agency (FMBA) arrived on a special board at the airport of the Extreme Baikonur Cosmodrome. This was reported to RBC in the press service of Roscosmos.

“On the same flight, mechanical ventilation devices, 2 thousand sets of personal protective equipment and the necessary medicines in sufficient quantities arrived,” the state corporation said.

Curfew imposed in Baikonur due to coronavirus

Photo: Alexey Filippov / RIA Novosti

They noted that “they are taking all necessary measures” in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in Baikonur.

On June 26, a curfew was introduced in the Kazakh city of Baikonur because of the coronavirus, restrictions were placed on entry and exit from the city, and public institutions were closed. At the same time, the spaceport continued to work.

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