The gradual removal of restrictive measures is about to start. At the same time, the vast majority of the Russians continue to ask themselves the same question – when is the epidemic in Russia to be over? Elena Malinnikova, an infectious disease specialist at the Russian Ministry of Health, tried to answer this question.
It is worth noting that Valery Rashkin, a member of the Communist Party faction did not actually suggest anything new. He only put forward a proposal that had been obvious for a long time, especially on the background of experience in a number of Western countries, where the distribution of protective equipment to the residents is a common practice during a pandemic.
wek.ru found out where the governors of the Russian regions of Leningrad, Rostov-on-Don, Tambov and Penza live and how they help their relatives earn money.
Denis Protsenko, the head doctor of Moscow's Kommunarka medical center for coronavirus patients, and Alexei Svet, the head doctor of City Clinical Hospital No. 1, have spoken about the situation around the novel coronavirus in Moscow and what to expect of it.
Entrepreneurs whose business activity does not fall into a certain ECVED (Russian Classification of Economic Activities) category will not get state support, says State Duma deputy Oleg Shein. In this regard, he believes that the support measures specified by President Putin are not enough.
According to scientists, the coronavirus infection was detected even in those patients who had been successfully cured from it. After recovering, they passed several tests for that pathogen, and the results turned out to be negative.
“Theoretically, the revoking of pension reform and reduction of the retirement age are the steps that the authorities might agree to in order to offset the risks, as well as to create a more comfortable agenda for themselves,” said Russian political scientist Pavel Salin.
“Crisis seems the one and only way to do it. The [political] system is unlikely to be transformed, and everyone understands that. As early as this autumn, we might observe the first signs of a coup d'état in Russia,” summed up Pr. Solovey.
Cough and shortness of breath are very typical for patients with bronchial asthma. The Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor) has made a reminder in this connection that they are in a higher risk group for COVID-19 because of this.
At the same time, Dr. Kurpatov believes that all the difficulties should mobilize us, and people should not relax by any means when something goes wrong. When a person mobilizes, he or she spends the mental energy that breaks down the habitual dynamic stereotypes and is then channeled into creative activities.
“I cannot predict what is happening next or what coalition will be created against [Moscow Mayor] Sergei Sobyanin. To my thinking, there might be some kind of coalition “For Freedom from Non-Legal Measures of Moscow Mayor,” said political analyst Gleb Pavlovsky.
Before the start of combat operations on the Soviet front of World War II, Anna Ivanovna Shvets, née Kulinchenko, finished a secondary medical school in the town of Krolevets in the Sumy region in Ukraine.
If you take a train from Moscow to Belgorod, a city some 650 km to the south of the capital, Prohorovka will be the next station after Kursk. A few kilometers away from it you will see a huge field with heroic T-34s on pedestals [a Soviet medium tank introduced in 1940, famously deployed during World War II against Operation Barbarossa.] This is the famous Prokhorovka tank field.
As the reason why the Russian authorities refuse to take these measures, Dr. Evgeny Gontmakher refers to Putin's desire to constantly demonstrate his independence when making decisions of this kind.
TV channel says that according to the plans of the operational headquarters, the quarantine will be lifted not later than in June. President Vladimir Putin announced a prolongation of the non-working days beyond the previously named deadline of April 30 in his address to the country’s Security Council earlier this week.