US News Covid-19 in Russia: A week of work stoppage in Moscow to counter the epidemic
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Russia-Gas-Pipeline: Moscow hopes to finish North Stream 2 by the end of the year © Reuters / Ahmed Yosri Moscow hopes to finish North Stream 2 by the end of the year Moscow (Reuters) - The North Stream 2 submarine pipeline could be completed by the end of the year, only one hundred kilometers remaining to build, according to the agency Russian Tass press, which quotes from the words held Thursday by the Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexandre Novak.
In Russia, rising COVID cases worries the authorities. The Mayor of Moscow enacted new restrictions on 12 June to try to curb the progression of the virus. Non-essential workers are requested to stay at home throughout the week, but their wages remain guaranteed.
with our correspondent in Moscow, Jean-Didier Revoin
in Moscow, the number of cases of COVID found its levels of last December, which is why the municipal authorities decreed that next week would be unemployed. They recommended that employers work from home to at least 30% of their non-vaccinated staff.
Euro 2021. Covid cases increase in Saint Petersburg that must soon accommodate matches
© EPA-EFE La Gazprom Arena de Saint-Petersburg. Saint-Petersburg, which must welcome several matches of the euro, sees the contaminations of COVID-19 intensify for several days in the city. The authorities are reassuring and speak of a cyclic phenomenon of the virus. The contaminations at COVID-19 intensify in St. Petersburg a few days before the reception of games of Euro-2020 , local authorities ensuring that it is a phenomenon "cyclical" while putting additional beds available.
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If thereluctance to vaccination will continue to go out in the parks, the attractions will remain closed. With regard to nightlife, bars, restaurants and nightclubs will no longer be able to serve as customers between 23h and 6am.
These measures, coupled with the opening of several campaign hospitals, are intended to curb the growth of the epidemic. Although Russia has been the first country to certify a VVID-19 vaccine and started vaccinating from the beginning of December, it is difficult to convince its population to be vaccinated.
According to polls, just 50% of the Russians intend to be injected one of four vaccines developed in their country. At present, they are about 18 million to have received at least one dose, only 12% of the population.
COVID-19: more than 500,000 deaths in Brazil, new record in Moscow .
© provided by the point L e Brazil, the second most endangered country by Covid-19 behind the United States, has taken the threshold on Saturday. Of the 500,000 deaths, while Moscow recorded a new record of contaminations for the second consecutive day. "500,000 lives lost because of the pandemic that affects our Brazil and the world," Tweeted the Brazilian Minister of Marcelo Queiroga, without specifying the last 24 hours' assessment.