Количество людей, которые в Буйнакске обратились к врачам с отравлением, увеличилось. Теперь их уже 115 человек. Об этом сообщили в пресс-службе мэрии города, передает ТАСС.
83 отравившихся госпитализированы, 69 человек из них — дети. Медики оценивают их состояние как средней и легкой степени тяжести. За сутки из больниц выписались 26 человек, включая 16 детей.
Чемпион мира по биатлону, депутат Госдумы Антон Шипулин заявил, что после начала политической карьеры он получил много оскорбительных сообщений.
«Если говорить откровенно, то негатив, который обрушился на меня, — это, конечно, не мое. Они начинают оскорблять не только меня, но и, что самое обидное, моих близких: жену, детей и родителей. После такого опускаются руки», — цитирует Шипулина Е1.
Бывший спортсмен отметил, что в спорте ему было легче, чем в политике.
Ранее сообщалось, что бывший директор благотворительного фонда Шипулина объявлена в розыск.
Lothar Matthaus believes Bayern Munich are lacking squad depth after parting ways with Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Perisic and Thiago Alcantara.
The World Cup winner has criticised the club's recruitment policy, saying the Bundesliga side need a wider range of options to be able to rest and rotate players during the hectic 2020-2021 schedule.
Matthaus also says the player's lack of 'concentration' is preventing Hansi Flick's side from establishing the dominance they exhibited in their treble-winning 2019-2020 campaign.
Matthaus told Sky Sports Germany: 'I have to criticise the buying policy a bit. With Philippe Coutinho, Thiago and Ivan Perisic, you lost three players.
'They were, of course, important players. They were always there and brought the necessary quality with them.
'With many newcomers, it may take a certain amount of time to get going or the quality may simply not be there to say: "They make the difference".
'You knew from the start that it would be a long and difficult season with lots of games.
'I think that the breadth of the squad in terms of quality is not set up in such a way that you can go through rotation and still maintain the quality.'
Bayern have struggled to maintain form this season, having been dumped out of the DFB Pokal on penalties by second-tier Holstein Kiel, their first cup exit to lower league opposition in 17 years.
That shocking result came just days after they chucked away a two-goal advantage to lose 3-2 to Borussia Monchengladbach in the league.
In total, Bayern have dropped 12 points across 15 games in the 2020-2021 season - seeing the German giants suffer the worst defensive record of the Bundesliga's top six at present.
The last time a top-flight German team experienced such a leaky defence was in 1981-82.
Matthaus does not believe the issue lies with the manager's system, he has instead stated the club's form is down to the player's 'concentration'.
He said: 'There is a lack of concentration. Perhaps it is also because of the high levels of stress, because of the many games last year, and there was little break.
'You don't really have to change the system now, only the position of the system should perhaps be moved a little further back. So that there is not 30 or 35 metres of space between Manuel Neuer and the back four for the opponent to exploit – which is where they keep playing.'
Leeds' Premier League clash with Southampton next Wednesday has been pushed back to a later date to accommodate the Saints' postponed FA Cup game with Shrewsbury.
The FA Cup tie was scheduled to take place over the weekend but was called off due to an outbreak of coronavirus cases in the League One side's camp.
Shrewsbury had been in danger of forfeiting the chance of a place in the fourth round but Southampton confirmed the third-round tie will now be rescheduled for next Tuesday, January 19.
The FA postponed the game to give the club an opportunity to fulfil the fixture and the rearrangement is expected to be announced in the coming days.
A Southampton statement read: 'Southampton's match at home to Shrewsbury Town in the third round of the Emirates FA Cup has been rescheduled for Tuesday 19th January, the club can confirm.
'The tie was initially due to be played last Saturday, but was postponed by the Football Association after a number of positive Covid-19 tests at the League One club.
'Following discussions since then, it has been agreed the fixture will take place next Tuesday, with kick-off at 8pm. The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport. This also means that Saints' scheduled visit to Leeds United for a Premier League fixture on Wednesday 20th January will be moved as a result. A new date will be confirmed in due course.
'The winner of the Shrewsbury game will advance to host Arsenal in the fourth round, with ties due to take place on the weekend of January 23rd/24th.'
As a result, Southampton's match against Leeds - which would be due to take place 24 hours after their rescheduled FA tie with Shrewsbury - will have to be put back.
Marcelo Bielsa's men will now have a 10-day gap between Saturday's game with Brighton and their next fixture away at Newcastle.
The Premier League side already have a free weekend next week after crashing out of the FA Cup early in a major upset against fourth-tier side Crawley.