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Editor of the channel "Tsargrad" was fined for the fake of coronavirus

The magistrate of the Tver district of Moscow on 120 thousand rubles fined the chief editor of the TV channel "Tsargrad" Darya Tokarev two fake news about the coronavirus on the website of the channel, told RIA Novosti in court.

The court found her guilty of two administrative offences provided for by part 9 of article 13.15 of the administrative code (Dissemination in the media and in information-telecommunication networks knowingly false public interest information under the guise of reliable reports create a risk of harm to the life and (or) health of citizens...). Article sanction for officials implies a fine of from 60 to 200 thousand rubles.

In the Vladimir region has identified 43 new cases of infection with coronavirus

The number of diagnosed cases of infection with coronavirus infection in the Vladimir region per day increased by 43 - to 4917, said the office of Rospotrebnadzor in the region.

"On the territory of Vladimir region for the past day at 10:00 a.m. on July 12, 2020 43 laboratory-confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection. Only on the territory of Vladimir region was 4917 cases", - stated in the message.

Russia has conducted more than 23 million tests for coronavirus

More than 23 million tests for detection of coronavirus infection conducted in Russia under medical surveillance because of suspected COVID-19 in Russia there are nearly 278 thousand people, reported the press service of Rospotrebnadzor.

"In Russia conducted more than 23 million tests for coronavirus. Under megaplatinum remains 277 702 persons", - is spoken in the message.

Orlenok has changed the training program for rest of children

The educational program in the "Orlenok" redesigned for maximum recreation for children after school during a pandemic, and focuses on physical activity, said RIA Novosti Director of the Russian children's center "Orlyonok" Alexander Djeus.

Russian children's center "Eaglet" notes on 12 July jubilee - the 60th anniversary. From 1 July, the center opened the first summer camp program for children within the constraints the pandemic coronavirus. So, on vacation, on the recommendation of the CPS, only accepts children from the Krasnodar region and Adygea, the duration of shifts was reduced from three to two weeks, the total capacity of the centre shall not exceed 50%. Rest here only 1766 guys. Affected restrictions on activities for students.

The Director of "Orlyonok" told how the centre overcomes the period of the pandemic

The period of the pandemic coronavirus has become a real challenge for the Russian children's center "Eaglet", but he managed to keep unique collective dignity and take their children on holiday, told RIA Novosti Director of "Orlyonok" Alexander Djeus.

The all-Russia children center "Orlenok" is celebrating July 12, the anniversary - the 60th anniversary. According to the Director of the center, the first three shifts in the "Orlenok" has fulfilled in full, but the projects of the fourth, fifth, and sixth had to be abandoned. While from 1 July the all-Russian children's center opened the first summer camp program for children within the constraints the pandemic coronavirus. So, come on holiday 1766 children only from the Krasnodar territory and Adygea, as the overall capacity of the centre shall not exceed 50%. Despite all the difficulties, to meet children in the center carefully prepared.

In the Rostov region on July 13 will open the cinemas and spas

Cinemas, spas, baths and saunas on July 13, will be able to resume work in the Rostov region, said in Instagram, the Governor of the region Vasily Golubev.

"Only that I signed the document. From 13 July in our area-one of the theaters, but with certain conditions. Cinema halls may not be filled to more than a quarter, catering services they have to be not. Monday can back to work spas, baths and saunas," said Golubev in his address to the people.

In Komi Republic resumed the operation of fitness centres and sports clubs

Fitness centers and sports clubs resumed operations in the Komi Republic, with the exception of Vorkuta and Usinsk, according to the Republican government.

"Since July 11, in the Komi Republic, with the exception of Vorkuta and Usinsk, resume... facilities... for the organization of training events for members of sports national teams of Russia and the Republic of Komi, fitness centres and sports clubs (not using pools)", - stated in the message.

In the Penza region has lifted a ban on the catering and shopping centers

The Governor of the Penza region Ivan Belozertsev has lifted a ban on work shopping centers and public catering enterprises, which was imposed because of the threat of the spread of coronavirus, said the press Secretary of the head of region Dean Cheremushkin.

Belozertsev introduced in the field from March 16 to July 25 a high alert, a mandatory regime of self-isolation is provided for people over 65 or with a chronic disease. C June 19, the region moved to the second phase of the lifting of restrictions, enabling the trade of inedible goods with a sales area of 800 square meters, zoos, museums, libraries, beauty salons, massage parlors, and tanning beds. Citizens are obliged in the street and in public places to wear masks and observe social distance.

In the Khabarovsk region have extended restrictions on coronavirus

The operational headquarters of the government of Khabarovsk Krai has decided to extend the restrictive measures in connection with the coronavirus to July 26, the region maintains a ban on mass gatherings and the work of the leisure centres, said authorities in the region.

From 11 June, the province began the first phase of the lifting of restrictions was opened on-duty groups in kindergartens, outdoor cafe, fitness centers and some stores of manufactured goods. In the province remain under the prohibition of mass events, working with restaurants, remains the regime of isolation for people over 65. Informed territorial management Rospotrebnadzor recommended to the government to extend restrictions until August 7 due to the fact that the number of cases is not declining.

Rospotrebnadzor in the Khabarovsk region has urged to prolong action against COVID-19

The main health officer of Khabarovsk territory Tatyana Zaytseva instructs extend introduced because COVID-19 restrictions in the region on August 7, because of an increasing number of cases, reports the Department of Rospotrebnadzor in the region.

Earlier it was reported that on 11 June, the province began the first phase of the lifting of restrictions was opened on-duty groups in kindergartens, outdoor cafe, fitness centers and some Department stores. In the province remain under the prohibition of mass events, working with restaurants, remains the regime of isolation for people over 65. Measures operate in the province until July 12. However, due to the fact that the number of cases is not decreasing, the regional authorities did not rule out a return to more stringent restrictions.

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