the UN has called for the lifting of sanctions
Member countries of the United Nations (UN) should support each other in the fight against coronavirus infection and to waive the application of sanctions. As reported TASS, said the UN Secretary-General, antónio Guterres.
He called the pandemic COVID-19 the biggest crisis of our time in healthcare.
Two regions of Russia will unite
Arkhangelsk oblast and Nenets Autonomous Okrug (NAO) are going to unite. It is reported owned by Grigory Berezkin RBC.
Knowledgeable interlocutors told the publication that today with the corresponding statement made by the acting governors of the Arkhangelsk region and Nenets Autonomous region Alexander Cybulski and Yuri Bezdomny.
In the United States has issued sanctions against China
In the U.S. Senate introduced a bill to impose sanctions against China because of the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19. About his co-sponsor, Senator Lindsey Graham, said on its website.
According to developers of the document, the sanctions against Chinese authorities should introduce for the fact that they concealed information about the situation with the spread of infection.
Moscow is ready to lift restrictions
The first phase of lifting the restrictions imposed because of the pandemic coronavirus infection. The Chairman of the Moscow city Duma Alexey Shaposhnikov said the TV channel “Star”.
In the first stage, according to the recommendations of the Federal service for supervision of consumer rights protection and human welfare (Rospotrebnadzor) will be allowed to walk with the kids, playing sports and working non-food stores with sales area of 400 square meters.
the house in Moscow collapsed ceiling
In an apartment building on shosse Entuziastov, 22/18, in Moscow collapsed ceiling. About the same time the source in emergency services told TASS.
The collapse happened between the attic and the fifth floor. As a result, it was damaged a water pipe and was evacuated a few hundred people. According to preliminary data, nobody suffered in the incident.