Poisoning in Moscow
Last week, about ten people from Sovkhoznaya Street in Moscow were hospitalized with signs of poisoning, two were killed. In the case of the deceased, the main version was poisoning with a watermelon bought from Magnit in the neighborhood. Today the first suspect was detained – a man who was disinfecting the premises of the store.
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- The UK reported that the priority version of the investigation is the violation of the rules during disinsection. Rospotrebnadzor also reported that after examining the watermelons from the apartment of the deceased, traces of a substance for disinsection were found on them.
- Magnit noted that the data of Rospotrebnadzor “do not explain the hospitalizations of seven other residents of the houses,” and urged to refrain from conclusions about the causes of the incident. The company has also begun unscheduled screening of contractors who are involved in sanitizing.
Investigators detained a disinfector in a case of watermelon poisoning
Russia opens flights with Spain and Slovakia
From September 21, Russia will resume air traffic with four more countries of the world, Spain, Iraq, Kenya and Slovakia will be added to the “white list”. However, while for ordinary tourists, entry to Spain and Slovakia is closed, and Kenya needs a certificate of a negative PCR test for COVID-19.
- Flights between Moscow and Madrid, as well as Moscow and Barcelona, will be operated four times a week. Passenger liners will fly from Moscow to Malaga and Alicante twice a week.
- Flights to Bratislava will resume not only from Moscow (four times a week), but also from St. Petersburg (twice a week). There will be two flights a week on the Moscow – Baghdad route, with the same frequency planes flying from Moscow to Nairobi.
Russia will demand extradition from Spain of thief in law who escaped from court
What else happened today
- Russian President Vladimir Putin said that there are problems with the incidence of COVID-19 in his entourage, and did not rule out that he would have to go into quarantine. Later, the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov called his words “figurative.”
- CSKA defender Mario Fernandez decided to end his career in the Russian national football team.
- From September 13, residential buildings and institutions of the social sector in Moscow will begin to turn on heating, said Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, the process will take about five days.
- For one more year, residents of the Far East will be able to legally register used right-hand drive vehicles imported from abroad without installing an ERA-GLONASS emergency warning system on them.
- In Egypt, within a few months, two new tourist cities will be opened: Al-Galal, 100 km from Cairo, and El-Alamin on the Mediterranean coast.