What quarantine measures were returned to the Russian regions. Main :: Society :: RBC

Transition to remote work

Some regions recommended or demanded to transfer some employees to remote work. Priority is given to older employees and those with chronic diseases. The exception is workers whose presence in the workplace is critical. Such measures were introduced:

  • Sverdlovsk region,
  • Tula region,
  • Rostov region,
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Bashkiria (for pregnant employees),
  • Kursk region,
  • Mordovia,
  • Saratov region,
  • Chelyabinsk region,
  • Volgograd region,
  • Khabarovsk Territory (remote mode for older employees),
  • Mari El,
  • Voronezh region (remote site for older employees),
  • Lipetsk region,
  • Perm Territory,
  • Buryatia,
  • Novgorod region (for older employees),
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Vologodskaya Oblast,
  • Ulyanovsk region (remote site for 30% of employees),
  • Sevastopol. 1

Restriction on holding mass events

In many regions, the holding of mass events was limited. There are requirements for events that are organized by citizens themselves (for example, family celebrations). Most often, a ban or restriction on the number of participants still applies to public spaces and events.

  • Moscow region,
  • St. Petersburg (ban on indoor activities for children),
  • Krasnodar region,
  • Tula region,
  • Rostov region, Full list …
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Bashkiria,
  • Kursk region (the authorities announced a ban on mass events in cultural institutions, it will take effect in the coming days),
  • Krasnoyarsk region,
  • Mordovia,
  • Chelyabinsk region,
  • Orenburg region (ban on holding family events at the place of residence with the presence of more than ten people),
  • Mari El,
  • Voronezh region,
  • Lipetsk region,
  • Ulyanovsk region,
  • Komi,
  • Perm Territory,
  • Kaliningrad region,
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Zabaykalsky Krai,
  • Jewish Autonomous Region,
  • Sevastopol,
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Adygea,
  • Kurgan region. 1

The spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 in the regions of Russia

Number of confirmed cases of infection

Source: Federal and regional headquarters for the fight against the virus

Data for Russia i

Restrictions on the work of catering and entertainment establishments

After the severe restrictions of the first wave, many regions are looking for “hybrid” methods of restrictions on catering and services, which would allow not to close the establishments.

  • Moscow (introduced the practice of registration when visiting establishments that work at night),
  • Moscow region (ban on the operation of entertainment establishments at night),
  • St. Petersburg (closed private zoos, nightclubs, children’s entertainment centers).
  • Murmansk region (limitation of hours of catering establishments – until 23:00),
  • Tula region (entertainment establishments and catering should not work at night), Full list …
  • Rostov Region (ban on catering after 22:00),
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Vladimir region,
  • Chuvashia (banquet service suspended),
  • Krasnoyarsk Territory (nightclubs and discos are closed, from 23:00 to 07:00 catering organizations will only be able to work takeaway),
  • Mordovia (ban on catering at night),
  • Orenburg region (ban on night service, children’s rooms and sports equipment rental offices),
  • Voronezh region (temporarily suspended the activities of entertainment centers, nightclubs and food courts),
  • KhMAO (restriction on the operation of entertainment and leisure establishments, children’s playrooms),
  • Perm Territory,
  • Kaliningrad region,
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Zabaykalsky Krai,
  • Kamchatka Krai,
  • Kostroma region (the activities of night clubs and discos are suspended),
  • Magadan Region,
  • Chukotka,
  • Novosibirsk region (catering and nightclubs are closed from midnight to 8:00),
  • Volgograd Region (catering closes after 23:00, corporate events and public events are prohibited in establishments),
  • Ulyanovsk region (ban on work from 7:00 to 22:00),
  • Amur Region (the work of dance floors, karaoke is prohibited, the use of hookahs is prohibited, visitors must control the temperature),
  • Bryansk region, 1

Other restrictions

Some regions have announced early holidays for schoolchildren. This was done, for example, by the authorities of the Nizhny Novgorod, Vologda, Kurgan and Sakhalin regions, as well as Bashkiria and Udmurtia. In Moscow, after the holidays, it was decided to return only elementary school students to schools.





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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, all schools are being transferred to distance learning.

In the Rostov and Tyumen regions, the provision of routine medical care was temporarily suspended.

At the entrance to the Oryol region, registration and barrage posts were again opened.

In Yakutia, mandatory observation and testing for the presence of the virus have been introduced for shift workers.

In the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the registry office will start accepting people only by appointment.

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What quarantine measures were returned to the Russian regions. Main :: Society :: RBC

Transition to remote work

Some regions recommended or demanded to transfer some employees to remote work. Priority is given to older employees and those with chronic diseases. The exception is workers whose presence in the workplace is critical. Such measures were introduced:

  • Sverdlovsk region,
  • Tula region,
  • Rostov region,
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Bashkiria (for pregnant employees),
  • Kursk region,
  • Mordovia,
  • Saratov region,
  • Chelyabinsk region,
  • Volgograd region,
  • Khabarovsk Territory (remote mode for older employees),
  • Mari El,
  • Voronezh region (remote site for older employees),
  • Lipetsk region,
  • Perm Territory,
  • Buryatia,
  • Novgorod region (for older employees),
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Vologodskaya Oblast,
  • Ulyanovsk region (remote site for 30% of employees),
  • Sevastopol. 1

Restriction on holding mass events

In many regions, the holding of mass events was limited. There are also requirements for events that are organized by citizens themselves (for example, family celebrations). Most often, a ban or restriction on the number of participants still applies to public spaces and events.

  • Moscow region,
  • St. Petersburg (ban on indoor activities for children),
  • Krasnodar region,
  • Tula region,
  • Rostov region, Full list …
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Bashkiria,
  • Kursk region (the authorities announced a ban on mass events in cultural institutions, it will take effect in the coming days),
  • Krasnoyarsk region,
  • Mordovia,
  • Chelyabinsk region,
  • Orenburg region (a ban on holding family events at the place of residence with the presence of more than ten people),
  • Mari El,
  • Voronezh region,
  • Lipetsk region,
  • Ulyanovsk region,
  • Komi,
  • Perm Territory,
  • Kaliningrad region,
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Zabaykalsky Krai,
  • Jewish Autonomous Region,
  • Sevastopol,
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Adygea,
  • Kurgan region. 1

The spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 in the regions of Russia

Number of confirmed cases of infection

Source: Federal and regional headquarters for the fight against the virus

Data for Russia i

Restrictions on the work of catering and entertainment establishments

After the severe restrictions of the first wave, many regions are looking for “hybrid” ways of restricting food and services, which would allow not to close the establishments.

  • Moscow (introduced the practice of registration when visiting establishments that work at night),
  • Moscow region (ban on the operation of entertainment establishments at night),
  • St. Petersburg (private zoos, nightclubs, children’s entertainment centers are closed).
  • Murmansk region (limitation of hours of catering establishments – until 23:00),
  • Tula region (entertainment establishments and catering should not work at night), Full list …
  • Rostov Region (ban on catering after 22:00),
  • Ryazan Oblast,
  • Vladimir region,
  • Chuvashia (banquet service suspended),
  • Krasnoyarsk Territory (nightclubs and discos are closed, from 23:00 to 07:00 catering organizations will be able to work only takeaway),
  • Mordovia (ban on catering at night),
  • Orenburg region (ban on night-time service, children’s rooms and sports equipment rental offices),
  • Voronezh region (temporarily suspended the activities of entertainment centers, nightclubs and food courts),
  • KhMAO (restriction on the operation of entertainment and leisure facilities, children’s playrooms),
  • Perm Territory,
  • Kaliningrad region,
  • Arhangelsk region,
  • Zabaykalsky Krai,
  • Kamchatka Krai,
  • Kostroma region (the activities of nightclubs and discos are suspended),
  • Magadan Region,
  • Chukotka,
  • Novosibirsk region (catering and nightclubs are closed from midnight to 8:00),
  • Volgograd Region (catering closes after 23:00, corporate events and public events are prohibited in establishments),
  • Ulyanovsk region (ban on work from 7:00 to 22:00),
  • Amur Region (the work of dance floors, karaoke is prohibited, the use of hookahs is prohibited, the temperature control for visitors is mandatory),
  • Bryansk region, 1

Other restrictions

Some regions have announced early holidays for schoolchildren. This was done, for example, by the authorities of the Nizhny Novgorod, Vologda, Kurgan and Sakhalin regions, as well as Bashkiria and Udmurtia. In Moscow, after the holidays, they decided to return only elementary school students to schools.





Video

In the Trans-Baikal Territory, all schools are being transferred to distance learning.

In the Rostov and Tyumen regions, the provision of routine medical care was temporarily suspended.

At the entrance to the Oryol region, registration and barrage posts were again opened.

In Yakutia, mandatory observation and testing for the presence of the virus have been introduced for shift workers.

In the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, registry offices will begin to accept people only by appointment.

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Lukashenka opposed the rally in his support in order to avoid “collapse” :: Politics :: RBC

In addition, according to the President of Belarus, the authorities began to receive information about the threat to the safety of the rally participants. “It worries me. I’m not afraid, but I’m worried. One explosion somewhere in the crowd – and people will start to press, as on Nemiga, ”he said.

Lukashenka believes that the rally, to which the elderly “rush”, should not be held now because of the coronavirus pandemic. “They can all get infected. And we will have an even larger covid than in the countries around us, ”the president warned and suggested postponing the event until spring.

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Lukashenko thanked Naryshkin for regular information from the special services

As BelTA notes, the rally was wanted by the Federation of Trade Unions and other public organizations of Belarus. Federation President Mikhail Orda said that he had applied to hold the event on Sunday, October 25, and invited “everyone who wants to express their position” to it.

Information that on the weekend in the capital of Belarus is going to hold a rally in support of the authorities with the participation of state employees and workers of enterprises, appeared earlier this week. On October 21, Tut.by wrote that it had received hundreds of messages from employees of enterprises who, together with their families, are being called to the action from the regions. Nasha Niva also wrote about similar messages.

According to Tut.by, an announcement of the rally appeared on the Telegram channel of the public association Belaya Rus, indicating the place and time of gathering for the event. Later, he was removed, but the association confirmed that this is reliable information and a march in support of Lukashenka on Independence Square is planned for October 25.

Tihanovskaya gave Lukashenko an ultimatum and gave him 13 days

Svetlana Tikhanovskaya

On the morning of October 23, the chairman of the Minsk regional organization of the Belarusian Women’s Union, Svetlana Soroko, told the Sputnik Belarus agency that the rally had been canceled. “The reason is coronavirus,” she said. According to Tut.by, among the possible reasons for the refusal is not only the spread of the disease, but also the massive refusal of people from the regions to travel to the rally, “because of which there was a risk of not gathering a mass procession.”

Until October 25, opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya demanded that Lukashenka resign, stop violence in the streets and release prisoners, promising that if the conditions of the “people’s ultimatum” are not met, a strike of enterprises and blocking of roads will begin in the country.

Since August 9, the day of the elections in Belarus, at which, according to the CEC, Lukashenka won with 80% of the vote, protest actions have been held throughout the country who disagree with their results. The largest demonstrations take place in Minsk, some of them escalate into clashes with security officials. Lukashenko believes that the protests are organized from abroad and calls the elections valid. The European Union and the United States refused to consider Lukashenko the legally elected head of state. Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated him on his victory.

One of the rallies in support of Lukashenka in Minsk was held on October 16, and the president himself spoke at it, thanking the supporters with the phrase “I kneel before you.”

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In the Moscow region, new bans began to operate due to coronavirus :: Society :: RBC

On the website of the regional government, the authorities also recalled the preventive measures already introduced, including the mandatory temperature control of schoolchildren in the morning. The region has tightened control over observance of the mask regime and social distance in public transport, catering establishments, as well as in organizations providing services in the field of trade. According to Vorobyov, the authorities will monitor the temperature measurement of visitors to restaurants, bars and shopping centers.

The head of the region also promised that the government would consider introducing recommendations to limit weddings, anniversaries and other entertainment events.

Read on RBC Pro

The governor explained the introduction of new restrictions by the increase in the number of cases in the region. “We see that the situation continues to be difficult. Once again, we state a very serious burden on the healthcare system, ”the governor said then.

The authorities of the Moscow region called the duration of the new restrictions due to COVID-19

A 900-bed hospital for coronavirus patients will be opened in the Moscow region on the territory of a construction hostel owned by Crocus Group. Vorobiev said on October 12 that by November 1, the number of beds for patients with COVID-19 is planned to increase to 15 thousand.

Since October 8, more than 400 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered daily in the Moscow region. According to the operational headquarters, as of October 20, 81,377 cases of coronavirus have been detected in the Moscow region since the beginning of the epidemic (second in Russia after Moscow), 1490 people have died from the disease.

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The lawyer said that he threatens the blogger Mellstroy, who beat the girl on the air

The lawyer said that he threatens the blogger Mellstroy, who beat the girl on the air

A photo: video frame

Lawyer Janis Juksha told what punishment the blogger Mellstroy could face, who beat the girl on the air. Andrey Burim – that’s the guy’s name – shot the shock content. First, he talked with his guest, and then he took the girl by the neck and held her for several seconds, not allowing her to move.

Surprisingly, none of the people around tried to help model Alena Efremova to free herself. Then something terrible happened – the scandalous guy hit the girl with her face on the table several times.

The victim has already asked subscribers to help her find a good lawyer to punish the offender. The lawyer Janis Yukša advised the girl to contact the police as soon as possible.

– It is quite obvious that you need to apply the police function with the appeal, this time. There are two measures to carry out the examination and assessment of the medical part of this problem. And thirdly, to apply with the appropriate statements, complaints to the court, – advises the lawyer in an interview with Channel Five.

He is sure that such actions cannot be ignored by a bully. If everything is done correctly, then the punishment for the guy can be a real term of imprisonment.

However, the court may be lenient, then Mellstroy will get off with a fine.

“Something tells me that this unrestrained citizen should get a criminal record, at least, and maybe even a year in prison,” the human rights activist concludes.

But I think that our humane court will not go to the direct application of the law, and will not send him to places of imprisonment. Some other type of punishment will be applied – from a suspended sentence or correctional labor to a fine, ”the lawyer concluded.

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The authorities of the Moscow region will strengthen control over the temperature of restaurant visitors :: Society :: RBC

Photo: Mikhail Metzel / TASS

In the Moscow region, temperature measurements will be monitored for visitors to restaurants, bars and shopping centers. The Governor of the region Andrey Vorobyov announced this on his page in VKontakte.

Doors don’t close: how Moscow spent the weekend amid the pandemic


“In restaurants, bars, shopping centers, it is imperative to measure the temperature of everyone who comes. We will control this, ”he wrote, adding that the authorities will also strengthen control over the observance of the mask regime in the region.







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According to the governor’s decree of October 19, people with fever will not be allowed into public places. Earlier Vorobyov said that the new restrictions, which include a ban on mass sports events, as well as the temporary closure of museums and exhibitions, will operate in the Moscow region from October 21 to November 7.

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Matisse or the secret formula for happiness

STORY – The Center Pompidou pays homage to him for the 150th anniversary of his birth. The opportunity to check if this reputation for joy in painting still suits him.

La Blouse roumaine, 1940 (left) is the common thread of the exhibition.  Right, the Blue Nudes series (1951).
The Romanian Blouse, 1940 (left) is the common thread of the exhibition. Right, series of Blue nudes (1951). Jean-Christophe MARMARA / Le Figaro

He walks, tousled, overcoat collar pulled up, thick tortoiseshell glasses, the air fallen from the nest, as always. On July 15, 1965, the 34-year-old filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard crosses the wise row of rooms of the Museum of Modern Art at a rapid pace. “Our parents said that Rembrandt and Titian were great painters. And we see that, he said, stopping dead in front of The Romanian Blouse by Matisse, red canvas from 1940. It’s funny, it’s the same time as the poetry of Aragon, it made me discover modern poetry. Aragon is always digression, ideas above others. And Matisse is about forms. We do that, then another, then a third. It looks quite simple, this painting, purely decorative, a blouse … And then, the more you look at it, the more you discover it, like a feeling, a young girl dreaming. It is a thought and a feeling. ” He will pin a postcard from The Romanian Blouse on the wall of a bedroom Pierrot le fou (1965).

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Well-being in body and soul

According to an investigation by the University of the Basque Country (Spain) on the effects of the pandemic, there is now greater uncertainty and concern about suffering from Covid-19 or losing loved ones; a decrease in confidence and optimism, especially in women and in people in poor employment situations; and an increase in irritability, again with a greater impact on women and the unemployed.

If we do not act now, in unison with research with vaccines and treatments, the post-pandemic outlook will be bleak for the mental health of millions of people.

And taking action, obviously, is not prescribing more antidepressants or anxiolytics, or building more psychiatric hospitals. Both actions are necessary to address some consequences; however, the idea is to be proactive and avoid them.

In response to the feeling of anxiety, according to the consulting firm Llorente y Cuenca (LLYC), there has been a rapid and wide change that goes from the “concept of wellness [bienestar], centered on the individual, al by wellbeing [bienestar integral], a more holistic vision that encompasses different people and sectors of our societies ”.

What does this mean? A call for the participation of the whole society in the benefits of well-being.

Wellbeing is defined as the state of satisfaction and tranquility that a person presents, thanks to their good physical and mental conditions.

“If societies and companies are unable to focus holistically on people’s well-being (including physical, emotional and spiritual health), it will be almost impossible to create safety nets that allow citizens to return to work and be productive ”, They explain from LLYC.

For this reason, I have always opted for wellness programs in all their aspects: emotional, physical, social and financial. This is what happens every November in the event “In Body and Soul”, which this year will be held in an online version, with more universal access, more experts and with the empowering and transforming energy of always.

To keep your balance in difficult times, “you have to grab the bull by the horns” and get going, as a popular saying reflects.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the pandemic has disrupted or paralyzed mental health services in 93% of countries. And if, as the WHO itself says, mental health is related to the promotion of well-being, the prevention of mental disorders and treatment, then let’s look for our own tools. Healthy living is much more than curing or protecting yourself from illness.

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Tourist returns items stolen from Pompeii which she says have brought her “nothing but bad luck”

The 36-year-old Canadian returned the stolen artifacts fifteen years ago, hoping the “curse” would spare her family and children.

By Figaro

A Canadian tourist has just returned artifacts stolen from Pompeii fifteen years ago
A Canadian tourist has just returned artifacts stolen from Pompeii fifteen years ago “because they would be cursed”. AFP

Like Tutankhamun’s tomb, would Pompeii also be cursed? Yes, if we are to believe a Canadian tourist who has just returned, fifteen years after her archaeological theft, the artifacts she had stolen from the site of the Roman city burned by the lava of Vesuvius erupting during the reign of the Emperor Titus. According to The Guardian , she claims today, “that these objects would only have caused him misfortune».

Perhaps remorseful for having committed a sacrilege in this city, Nicole, now in her thirties, returned her so-called “cursed” treasure to a travel agency in the ancient city, along with a letter explaining His gesture.

In a few words, the indelicate tourist tries to justify her plunder and today her belated act of redemption: “I am now 36 years old and have had recurrent breast cancer. The second time around, it ended with a double mastectomy. These objects are full of negative energy. I hope to get forgiveness from God by returning them. And also not to pass this curse on to my family and my children.»

The theft of two ceramic tiles and a piece of amphora perpetrated by the Canadian tourist in 2005 is unfortunately not an isolated case. The Italian press regularly reports these “archaeological incivilities“. Recently in 2019, The Republic reported that another visitor, this time from Britain, had started to peel off part of the mosaic that decorated the floor of a Pompeian domus. Arrested and then prosecuted for “aggravated damage», It could be ordered to pay € 3,000 in catering costs.

The new staging “sound and light »From the Pompeii site

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Radiy Khabirov explained why he held a big concert on Republic Day

Photo: Maxim Nikerin // instagram.com/mnikerin/

Last weekend, October 11, in the capital of Bashkiria, mass festivities were held in honor of the Republic Day. Alvin Gray, Yuri Shevchuk and other stars gathered thousands of people at their free concerts. The head of the republic today at an operational meeting explained why it was necessary to make a concert in such a difficult time.

– I will tell you frankly – when we were preparing for the Republic Day, my colleagues suggested that I not hold this event. But for me it’s like not holding a military parade. It has never happened that we did not gather and honor our veterans, ”Khabirov said. – It’s the same here.

The head noted that the Ministry of Culture was instructed to organize a mask regime at the holiday, but it turned out that no one was wearing a mask.

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