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The expert warned of more severe COVID-19 in autumn

Director of the St. Petersburg research Institute of epidemiology and Microbiology named after Pasteur, academician Areg totolyan fears that the fall is likely to face more severe COVID-19 than in the spring.

According to him, it is difficult to imagine how transfer the infection to those who observed the strict regime of isolation. They probably get sick heavier than the patients who met the disease before. It is also unknown what effect will the autumn, the combination of SARS-CoV-2 c influenza, parainfluenza, and previously known and relatively harmless coronavirus.

Popova told about the Russian test-systems for COVID-19

Russia was 118 test systems, 26 of them to identify the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 by polymerase chain reaction, 92 – to test for antibodies, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.

More than fifty of them made in Russia, said Popov.

The CPS told about the vaccine center Vector from COVID-19

The vaccine for coronavirus, developed by the center "Vector", has in its composition of the biological agent, so the number of adverse reactions from its use are minimal, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.

"The vaccine is unlike any other, because it is we have a peptide that is not responsible of the biological agent in any part and in this regard is absolutely reactogenna", - said Popov on the virtual Symposium "the Impact of the pandemic COVID-19 and HIV to achieve the objective of sustainable development".

Degtyarev promised that the Khabarovsk students on 1 September will visit the school

The academic year for students of the Khabarovsk Krai will start in the usual format - September 1 children sit at their desks, said acting Governor of the Khabarovsk Krai Mikhail Degtyarev protesters on Lenin square.

Earlier it was reported that Degtyarev Sunday late evening back to Khabarovsk from Vaninskomu and Sovgavanskiy areas and decided to go out to the people of the region. By the time the meeting ended, and many have already sold.

Kuznetsova: it is necessary to return the contact of the volunteers and orphans

Problems with adopting children from orphanages in the period of restrictive measures because of COVID-19 is not, however, children need to regain contact with volunteers who can't attend in person, via video conference, said to RIA Novosti, the Commissioner for children's rights in the Russian Federation Anna Kuznetsova.

Previously, the newspaper "Kommersant" reported that public and non-profit organizations from all over Russia appealed to the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova to clarify the USPTO that extends the isolation mode for orphanages until 2021. Experts believe that such measures will cause irreparable harm to orphaned children and deprive them of the chance on the family.

The CEC asked Kravtsov to help with premises for early voting

The CEC Chairman, Ella Pamfilova said that it would appeal to the Minister of education Sergey Kravtsov with the request to help in resolving the issue of premises for early voting in schools.

Pamfilova said that early voting in the single voting day on 13 September will be held over two days prior.

Popova told about the formation of population immunity to the coronavirus

Population immunity to coronavirus is in Russia 26%, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova at the meeting of the coordination Council for combating coronavirus.

She recalled that CPS conducts extensive research since the end of June.

In the state Duma proposed to pay the Russians for found in stores late

State Duma Deputy Vasily Vlasov offered to pay buyers who have found the counter expired products, half of the fine imposed for this store, reports RT with reference to the letter of the Deputy to the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.

Vlasov recalls that the penalty for selling products with expired shelf life ranges from 20 to 30 thousand rubles for legal entities. However, buyers can get a moral compensation only through the courts, and in practice, according to the MP, this compensation is "symbolic".

Arrived in Russia without the help of COVID-19 will give three days for a test

Arriving in Russia without a document with a negative result for coronavirus infection COVID-19 is given three days to take the test, the corresponding decree of the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

"In the absence of a medical certificate, confirming negative laboratory result for COVID-19 by PCR, screening for novel coronavirus infection by PCR within three calendar days on the territory of the Russian Federation. Payment research is carried out in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation", - the document says.

Popov criticized the "reckless tourists" on the Russian resorts

The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova said that the Russian resorts today is visible to the carelessness of tourists, this is a bad prognostic sign, measures of prevention must be respected.

"What we see today, unfortunately, in the resorts of our country, spoke of the joy of those who are resting, to get this opportunity. And, perhaps, such joy leads to carelessness, which we have seen very often. And that is a bad prognostic sign," she said in an interview Naila Asker-zade on the channel "Russia 1".

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