The authorities of St. Petersburg will increase the provision of specialized beds for patients with COVID-19 the case of the second wave of the disease in the autumn, the press service of the Governor.
The Governor Alexander Beglov said at the meeting, which was held by the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on issues of sanitary-epidemiological situation in the regions and the health sector for the autumn-winter period.
The situation with coronavirus in St. Petersburg stabiliziruemost, the authorities gradually removed prohibitions, but it is important to continue to follow the recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor, said in an interview with RIA Novosti, the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov.
As noted by the Governor of St. Petersburg, the authorities gradually removed prohibitions, but every decision is agreed with the CPS.
The Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov has explained that the planned downsizing of public authorities will mainly affect managers and should not be at the expense of quality of work of subordinate budget organizations.
On Tuesday instructed Beglov, Vice-Governor Eugene Eline and Eduard Batanov two weeks to prepare a plan for reduction of staff in state bodies and subordinate organizations. As the Governor explained, the reduction will not apply to medicine, education and social services. In some media, Telegram channels and social networks, information appeared that the cuts will affect employees of institutions of culture of St. Petersburg, which is the relevant Committee of the city administration was instructed to submit proposals on the reduction of States by 10%.
St. Petersburg recovered coronavirus and become plasma donors will receive incentive payments, the press service of the Governor of the city.
The corresponding decision on additional measure of social support of donors anticavity plasma was signed by the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov.
The emerging increase in the incidence of COVID-19 in Saint-Petersburg is associated with the carelessness of some residents, said the Governor Alexander Beglov.
According to the city operational headquarters in June, the incidence of COVID-19 in St. Petersburg began to decline and averaged 217 to 220 cases per day. However, by the end of June it began to rise to an average of 250-290 per day. For the last day in Petersburg 291 identified a new case of infection COVID-19.
State Duma Deputy Vitaly Milonov asked the Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov to soften the law on the fight against "Nalivaiko" or to impose a moratorium on it because its implementation would harm the restaurant and bar culture of the city (a copy of the appeal is from RIA Novosti).
Earlier, the legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg adopted amendments to the "law on Nalivaiko", which prohibits the employment of bars with an area of 50 square meters.
Journalist David Frankel after an incident at one of the polling stations of St. Petersburg was released from the hospital, told RIA Novosti in the human rights organization "apology of protest."
"David Frenkel is being discharged today. And today to him in the hospital came a representative of the investigation to record statements in the course of pre-investigation check", - reported in a human rights organization.
Museums, exhibition halls, fitness centers and pools resume in St. Petersburg on Monday.
As reports a press-service of administration of the Governor of the city, appropriate changes to the decree of the city government from 13.03.2020 No. 121 "On measures to combat the spread in St. Petersburg a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19)" has made the Governor Alexander Beglov.
Memorial in memory of the submariners who died in July 2019 by research submersible in the Barents sea, officially opened on Sunday at the Serafimovskoe cemetery in St. Petersburg, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
"A year has passed since the tragedy in the Barents sea... Here on Seraphim cemetery buried 14 of our heroes, the best officers of our country... Today we opened the memorial in honor of their heroism," - said at the ceremony the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov.
. At the polling station in St. Petersburg, where he was injured journalist David Frankel, invalidated 35 of the ballots from the mobile ballot box, said the head of the legal Department of Saint-Petersburg electoral Commission Oleg Hook.
"If you talk about what originally caused the interest in this polling station, we can recall that the stumbling block was the procedure for voting using a single portable box. In this box there were 35 ballots. The validity of all other ballots submitted to the precinct election Commission, no doubt. As was admitted some deficiencies in the presentation of results of voting using the mobile ballot box, the Commission found it possible and necessary ballots, which were contained in a portable box, to invalidate. Was invalidated 35 of the ballots," said Hook reporters.
Journalists should be able to freely carry out its activities, respecting the norms of the current legislation, said press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov.
Peskov said that he was unaware of any additional orders of Russian President, aimed to address the Investigative Committee or the Ministry of internal Affairs on this matter.
The Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov noted the activity of the residents of the city to vote on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
According to the electronic scoreboard in the centre of the CEC, after treatment of 0.05% of the ballots in St. Petersburg, the amendment was supported 93,81% of the votes. Vs - 6,14%. The turnout at 18.00 to 70.7%.
Parks, children's playgrounds will open on Sunday in St. Petersburg, a summer café and the zoo will resume on June 29.
The corresponding changes in the decree of the city government from March 13, №121 "About measures on counteraction to distribution in Saint-Petersburg novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19)" has made the Governor Alexander Beglov.
The Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov has asked citizens to report possible violations during the voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation on his page in the social network "Vkontakte".
He noted that in voting on amendments to the Constitution involved 30 territorial election commissions, 1899 permanent precinct election commissions. The public chamber of St. Petersburg formed the observer corps, which includes about 12 thousand people.
Summer health campaign in the summer camps of St. Petersburg could start from the beginning of July, the press service of the Governor of the city.
According to the Governor Alexander Beglov at a meeting of the coordinating headquarters of the presidential envoy to combat the spread of coronavirus in the North-West Federal district, June 29, the children will begin to prepare the first three state camps in the Resort area – "dawn", "sun" and "Youth". Also in the Leningrad region from July 2 to begin preparation to receive children five state camps – four camps of the centre of improvement and rest "Youth" and "Mirror".
State Museum-monument "St. Isaac's Cathedral" in 2019 set the attendance record, taking more than 4 million people, said the Chairman of the Committee on culture Konstantin Sukhenko.
"The leaders in reception are traditionally the St. Isaac's Cathedral, whose attendance last year for the first time exceeded 4 million people, and the Museum of history of St. Petersburg that took more than 2 million residents and guests of the city," he said at a meeting of city government online.
Motels and car sharing will resume in St. Petersburg from June 22, the press service of the Governor of the city.
Changes in the resolution of the government of St. Petersburg dated March 13, №121 "About measures on counteraction to distribution in Saint-Petersburg novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19)" has made the Governor Alexander Beglov.
Health workers in Federal hospitals and ambulance drivers in St. Petersburg who contracted novel coronavirus infection when helping patients, will receive a lump-sum payment, according to the office of the Vice-Governor of the city Oleg Ergashev.
The Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov has signed the corresponding decree.
Over 1 million studies on COVID-19 held in St. Petersburg since the beginning of the pandemic, the performance of 36 active laboratories - up to 25 thousand tests a day, said the Governor Alexander Beglov.
"Since the beginning of the epidemic have been held for more than 1 million studies (COVID-19 – ed.)," said Beglov on the air "Radio of Russia – Saint-Petersburg".
Hairdresser, library, bath, furniture stores and photo studios will resume in St. Petersburg on Monday in the first phase of the lifting of restrictions due to the coronavirus. Changes in the resolution of the government of St. Petersburg dated March 13, №121 "About measures on counteraction to distribution in Saint-Petersburg novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19)" has made the Governor Alexander Beglov.
According to these changes, from June 15 in St. Petersburg allowed the work of libraries and archives, Barber shops (except beauty services), real estate agencies, recruitment agencies, city baths, photographic workshops, photographic studios and print shop, a furniture store (with the exception of retail facilities located in the building of shopping malls and shopping centers), and also the organisations rendering services on repair, maintenance and rental of bikes and scooters.
. About five thousand employees of the medical organizations in Saint-Petersburg caught COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, told RIA Novosti in an urban health Committee.
"Caught about five thousand employees of medical organizations, including non-medical workers. This is the total number since the beginning of the pandemic. Including mild and asymptomatic COVID-19", - said the Agency interlocutor.
Consumer services, including tailoring and hairdressing, will open in St. Petersburg 15 June for the removal of a number of restrictions due to the spread of coronavirus infection, said Vice-Governor Yevgeny Yelin, the TV channel "Saint-Petersburg".
"Monday we open a series of consumer services, is camera shops, ateliers, hairdresser's, repair of keys," said Elin, noting that this measure does not apply to shops located in shopping malls.
With the gradual transfer of disused hospitals in normal mode in St. Petersburg will be saved the necessary number of beds for patients with coronavirus infection, said the press-service of administration of the Governor of the city.
Earlier, the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov took part in the meeting of the working group of RF State Council on combating the spread of a new coronavirus infection.
. Prospects for the resumption of the tourist season, subject to the improvement of the epidemiological situation study in St. Petersburg, said the press-service of administration of the Governor of the city.
St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov on Thursday took part in the meeting of the working group of the state Council of the Russian Federation on counteraction to spread of a new coronavirus infection.
More than 900 medical workers in St. Petersburg who contracted novel coronavirus infection when helping patients, will get a lump sum from the city budget, according to the office of the Vice-Governor of the city Oleg Ergashev.
Earlier it was reported that the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov has signed a decree on the establishment of a lump sum payment to medical workers of public health institutions with the provision of care for patients with novel coronavirus infection. In the case of infection of the coronavirus health care provider a lump sum amount to 300 thousand rubles, in case of determining the medical disability due to infection in the amount of 500 thousand rubles. In case of death of an employee in connection with the contamination of the members of his family receive a lump sum payment in the amount of 1 million rubles.
The epidemic situation in St. Petersburg remains difficult, but there was a trend to slower growth in the incidence of coronavirus, said the Governor of Petersburg Alexander Beglov.
"The situation with the spread of coronavirus infection continues to be challenging. The number of cases exceeds the number recovered, over the weekend there was a large number in hospital," he said at a meeting of city government online.
. Saint Petersburg has not yet reached the plateau for the incidence of coronavirus, reports the press service of the city administration.
St. Petersburg Governor Alexander Beglov on Friday visited the clinic in the Central district, which pereprofilirovanie under the hospital for patients with coronavirus. In the building of the polyclinic Department №42 equipped rooms for patients, an intensive care complex with 12 beds, established decontamination stations and specially equipped transition gallery between "clean" and "dirty" areas. A place for disinfection of ambulances. In total there will be deployed 240 beds for patients with COVID-19.
A number of restrictions enters with the parade in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Victory in St.-Petersburg taking into account the situation of coronavirus, said the Governor Alexander Beglov.
"We jointly with the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation came to the parade held in our city at the highest level. Of course, there will be corresponding limitations. We will not be able to fill all the stands as it was before. We will take the appropriate measures, first of all, to preserve the health of our veterans. But the parade will be beautiful, worthy," said he in the Channel 78.