“OVD-Info” said that on December 13 they received an e-mail letter without an addressee demanding to appear the next day at the Lukhovitsky prosecutor’s office. The project’s lawyer fulfilled the requirement, but “the essence of the claims was not explained to her.” On December 15, the materials were handed over to the court without notifying OVD-Info. On December 20, the court issued a decision on blocking ovdinfo.org . The human rights project “OVD-Info” was included in the list of “unregistered public associations performing the functions of a foreign agent” on September 29. The court refused to exclude the project from the register. The reason was, among other things, the publication of materials on “how to avoid responsibility for extremist offenses”, as well as templates of complaints and statements to the court against the actions of law enforcement officers.
According to him, the number of deaths due to coronavirus in France, the United States, Great Britain and Israel has recently been 0.1-0.4%. “It seems that omicron really proceeds in a very moderate form and mortality practically does not increase in countries with a high level of vaccination. But they have it, 60-70% of the population has been vaccinated there,” Myasnikov wrote in the Telegram channel. He also expressed the opinion that soon a new version of the virus will cover Russia, so he called for more active vaccination. A new strain of COVID-19 B.1.1.529 (“omicron”), was discovered in November in southern Africa. According to WHO data as of December 22, omicron has already been detected in 110 countries.
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Answering the question about the results of the year for themselves and their family, 5% of respondents called them “very successful”, 40% — “generally good”, 38% — “rather difficult”, 15% – “bad, very difficult” and 2% found it difficult to answer. “We are starting to get out of the pit. The balance is still negative – minus 8 points. But compared to what it was a year ago, everything has improved four times,” commented on these figures at an online conference on December 24, VTSIOM CEO Valery Fedorov. Last year, the negative balance was -33 points. The results of the year for the country as a whole seem less rosy to Russians. 2% of respondents called 2021 “very successful”, 17% called it “generally good”, 24% called it “bad, very difficult”, 48% called it “rather difficult”, 8% found it difficult to answer. The balance was -53 points (in 2020 -79 points).
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“If your child is concerned that Santa Claus will not be able to travel and deliver gifts due to the pandemic, Dr. van Kerkhove can calm him down: Santa Claus is invulnerable,” the message says. If a child in your life is worried that #SantaClaus ? might not be able to travel and deliver presents ? due to #COVID19, Dr @mvankerkhove can provide reassurance: Santa Claus is immune. pic.twitter.com/X9LpUneMvZ — World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) December 24, 2021 In a video message, the WHO representative noted that she knows exactly about the immunity of Santa Claus, since she talked to him the day before. “Mr. Klaus is doing well, and he is very busy right now,” she stressed. Maria van Kerkhove explained that the heads of several countries specifically relaxed quarantine measures so that the New Year’s wizard could come and deliver gifts to children. The WHO representative added that
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The last time this fish was seen in the wild in 1999 off the coast of Tasmania, then it was noticed by one of the divers. In total, four cases of observation of such marine animals have been recorded in history. Experts believe that this species of the Brachionichthyaceae family is on the verge of extinction, so it was recently included in the corresponding list. However, now there is new evidence that these fish are still in the wild. Footage of a pink fish that walks on “hands” was captured by a camera with a bait that scientists installed on the ocean floor off the coast of Tasmania in February this year. The research was conducted in the Commonwealth Marine Reserve on the Tasman Fracture — it is located on a vast territory the size of Switzerland and is known for a rich variety of marine animals, which also live