Мэр Москвы Сергей Собянин подписал указ, в соответствии с которым школьники начнут учиться в обычном режиме с 18 января.
«С понедельника, 18 января 2021 г., учащиеся с 1 по 11 класс возвращаются в школы и приступают к обучению в обычном режиме», — говорится в документе.
Транспортные карты школьников будут разблокированы.
Собянин подчеркнул, что решение было непростым, потому что, с одной стороны, «ребята устали сидеть дома», но, с другой стороны, риски заражения остаются высокими. Из-за этого мэр призвал школы соблюдать санитарные меры и переводить классы на дистанционное обучение, если будут выявлены случаи коронавируса.
НОВОСТИ ПО ТЕМЕ:
— Всего в пяти российских школах сохраняется карантин из-за COVID-19
— Минпросвещения не планирует заменять очное обучение в школах дистанционным
Двукратный олимпийский чемпион по биатлону Дмитрий Васильев жестко раскритиковал бежавшего эстафету биатлониста — Кирилла Стрельцова, передает «Спорт-Экспресс».
Российская команда, в составе которой также были Матвей Елисеев, Александр Логинов и Эдуард Латыпов, заняла четвертое место с отставанием от лидера (Франции) +1:55.3. Стрельцов бежал первым и проиграл больше минуты.
«Стрельцов был слабым на первом этапе, больше минуты проиграл. Не понимаю, как так можно было. Думаю, даже тренеры в недоумении», — заявил Васильев.
Ранее сообщалось, что сборная России стала четвертой в мужской эстафете на Кубке мира.
Katie Price has admitted that she can't bear the thought of dying before her son Harvey, 18, in an emotional new interview.
The mother-of-five, 42, appeared on Tuesday's episode of Steph's Packed Lunch where she spoke about her decision to put Harvey into a full-time residential college for the next stage of his life from age 18 to 25.
Harvey is on the autism spectrum and was born with disabilities including partial blindness, ADHD and Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes an excessive appetite.
The 18-year-old, whose father is retired footballer Dwight Yorke, 49, was born with septo-optic dysplasia - a condition that means the development of his optic nerve was unpredictable.
During the chat, Katie emotionally admitted that Harvey relies on her in every way and he wouldn't be able to cope if she wasn't here anymore.
She said: 'I do need to set up things to support him, if I wasn't here… I do say this in the programme, sometimes I wish he would go before me, because he wouldn't be able to cope if I wasn't there.
'I know that's harsh to say, but I know a lot of people in my situation would feel the same way.
'Obviously I don't want him to go but he so relies on me in every way and our communication. If I'd gone he wouldn't understand where I'd gone.'
Katie added: 'Not everything is doom and gloom, he's fantastic, brilliant banter, personality, and obviously I've done this BBC documentary…
'I think he's the right age and I want to show other families the next step of him being an adult, trying to find a college for him.'
Katie went on to discuss her upcoming BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me, she said: 'I want to protect Harvey, it's not about showing how bad he can kick off, but it's showing that it's enough, like you see the holes in my walls.
'If the internet goes off, or if there's adverts or something he'll headbutt or punch holes in the walls. He goes through the glass.
'The window screen of the driver who takes him to school and back. If the routine is just changed a little bit the amount of times he's smashed his window screen.'
Katie then revealed she has gone through eight televisions, she added: 'Harvey doesn't realise the money and all of that it costs, the amount of TVs I've gone through. If something irritates him, or if someone slams the door it'll go flying.
'I'm used to it, but if anyone else comes in the house, like when I met Carl [her new boyfriend], it's very daunting for him.'
Katie admitted that it can be 'very full on' and 'hard work' at times, but sweetly added that she would not change Harvey for anything.
She said: 'It is very full on, very hard work, I would not change him for anything, but especially having to do the home schooling, he doesn't understand why he's not at school, it's very challenging but at the same time very rewarding.
'I am the key-worker, the carer for him, If there are any carers or nurses or anyone watching I have massive respect for you guys, because no one ever says are you alright, are you doing well.'
Asked by host Steph McGovern how she copes, Katie replied: 'Because I have got five children and I treat them all the same, just because he's got his disabilities, I don't treat him any different.
'I feel it's important not to treat him any different, but obviously he has his challenges.'
Katie also added that Harvey is not going into full-time care and instead a full-time residential college.
She said: 'He's not going to full-time care, he's never been into care, I've been his full-time carer. He's supposed to be going in September... you can do virtual tours of these things but I still think it's important that you actually go and visit.
'I'm not just going to send him anywhere, unless I've been there myself, it's got to be a home-from-home, he's got to be happy.
'And then it's all the statementing you have to do, government stuff, when you've got disabilities it's just so much you have to do. It scared me at first, "Oh my God, where do I start?!"'
Katie also shared her worries for Harvey's weight due to his Prader-Willi syndrome, which causes an excessive appetite. The mother-of-five said that he is obese and weighs 29 stone.
She said: 'He's on medication for his behaviour, medication to keep him alive and obviously he's registered blind. But I love him so much.
'What people have to remember is that he doesn't know any different. To him, it's him. Because we know what it's like to see, he doesn't, it's his world.'
Katie added that she used to say her one dream in the world was for Harvey to have a new set of eyes but now she doesn't worry as he 'knows no different'.
The TV star added: 'The main thing for me is his weight, he's 29 stone, he was in intensive care last year, and at one point I thought I was going to lose him, because of his weight and heart.'
Katie was joined in the studio by her new boyfriend Carl Woods where they both spoke about their marriage and baby plans, adding they were each 'keepers'.
She sweetly gushed: 'Carl's been with me now a year, and he's changed me as a person, my whole life has changed.
'Obviously I went into the Priory at the beginning of last year, for lots of reasons and I spent five weeks in the Priory and it was the best thing that I ever did. I've come out like a brand new person… I think people should be scared because I'm back!'
Talking about their baby plans, Carl, 31, quipped: 'We have got to have a bit of fun trying first, we don't want to rush it!'
To which Katie added: 'We are having fun! I haven't been walking now for long, I keep saying I need to get physio to get my legs strong to start riding properly... the horses!'
She continued: 'And we will get married this year, we know exactly everything, and everyone will be so shocked this time. For one, it is the real deal because it's forever, and two, the style of dress and the style of wedding.'
Katie, who recently attended a bankruptcy hearing over Zoom from a Maldives getaway late last year, also spoke about her future business plans, revealing she wants to start her own baby line as she is trying for another child.
She added: 'I am what I am, I make mistakes, I've said things in the past, I stick up for myself, I am what I am, and I hope people can relate to it.'
Katie also hit back at her 'mucky mansion' after moving out of the £2 million Sussex property last year and into a £4,250 per month six-bedroom home in Surrey.
She said: 'My house that I own is just sitting there, it's a police investigation, someone had done the biggest fly tipping ever, stole everything out of my house, and then on top of that I've been burgled.
'Forensics have been in there, someone turned the taps on in my house, all my ceilings collapsed… I don't even want it. I wish someone would take that off me!'
Elsewhere during the interview, Katie gave an update about her broken feet recovery following a freak accident in Turkey back in August where she subsequently had to undergo major surgery to fuse the bits of broken bone together.
She said: 'It's life changing, it is what it is, I can only be on my feet for 20 minutes, and that's it, each day, it will be like it forever, I'm not on painkillers because I don't want to be addicted to them.
'Carl and I got to know each other very very quick, because at the beginning of our relationship was when I broke my feet and he had to carry me everywhere, and there were a few accidents on the way to the toilet… we got to know each other very quick.'
Katie is also a mother to Junior, 15, and Princess, 13, with her ex-husband Peter Andre, 47, and son Jett, seven, and daughter Bunny, six, with former spouse Kieran Hayler, 33.
The former glamour model is already trying for another child with her new boyfriend Carl and hopes to have a seventh shortly afterwards.
Steph's Packed Lunch airs weekdays at 12.30pm on Channel 4.
Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns announced that he tested positive for coronavirus over Instagram on Friday.
The NBA player, 25, was particularly crestfallen about his diagnosis as his mother, 59-year-old Jacqueline Cruz-Towns, passed away from complications of COVID-19 on April 13.
'Prior to tonight's game, I received yet another awful call that I tested positive for COVID,' Towns wrote.
'I will immediately isolate and follow every protocol. I pray every day that this nightmare of a virus will subside and I beg everyone to continue to take it seriously by taking all the necessary precautions.'
He continued: 'It breaks my heart that my family, and particularly my father and sister continue to suffer from the anxiety that comes along with this diagnosis as we know all too well what the end result could be.'
Addressing his niece and nephew directly, the athlete promised he would 'not end up in a box next to grandma' and will 'beat this.'
'Praying for you baby. You got this. God's got you,' commented Towns' girlfriend Jordyn Woods, while continuing to help her man grieve seven of his relatives' deaths, due to COVID-19, since March.
His announcement came shortly after the NBA announced Friday's game between the Timberwolves and the visiting Memphis Grizzlies was postponed due to the league's COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
Last month, during an interview with ESPN about the upcoming NBA season, Towns spoke of seeing a 'a lot of coffins in the last seven months.'
'I've been through a lot, obviously starting out with my mom,' Towns said. 'Last night I got a call that I lost my uncle. I feel like I've been hardened a little bit by life and humbled.'
He did not say which other members of his family had passed away.
The NBA star said that he is still trying to process the death of his mother as he looks to protect the rest of his family from the ongoing pandemic.
His father, Karl Sr., also tested positive for coronavirus earlier in the year but has recovered.
'I have a lot of people who have - in my family and my mom's family - gotten COVID. I'm the one looking for answers still, trying to find how to keep them healthy.
'It's just a lot of responsibility on me to keep my family well-informed and to make all the moves necessary to keep them alive,' he added.
Towns' mom Jacqueline Cruz-Towns died on April 13 at the age of 58 after being placed on a ventilator for 19 days.
Weeks prior, he shared an emotional post to Instagram on March 25 in which he wrote that she was on a ventilator and in a medically-induced coma as a result of COVID-19.
'We need more equipment and we need to help those medical personnel on the front lines,' he wrote with the video.
He continued: 'Thank you to the medical staff who are helping my mom. You are all the true heroes! Praying for all of us at this difficult time.'
Afterward, Towns donated $100,000 to the Mayo Clinic to help with testing patients for COVID-19.
Towns later confirmed her death with a touching video showing her by his side at games, press conference and TV appearances.
His mother had been a constant presence through all the large moments of his career, and was often highlighted by fans for her enthusiasm in supporting her son from the crowds.
The basketball star said that he felt compelled to share his mother's story, detailing how he cared for her on social media, so others would better understand the impact of the pandemic.
He and Woods, whose father died in 2017 after being diagnosed with cancer, 'connected about losing a parent at a very young age' after years of friendship.
'The right person will bring a lot out of you,' she told Extra about the relationship last year. 'We have been friends for a long time.'
Woods was previously linked to Tristan Thompson, after she was reportedly spotted smooching NBA player in the early hours of the morning at his Los Angeles home in January of 2019.
At the time, Thompson was in a relationship with KUWTK star and baby mama Khloé Kardashian, who has since reconciled with. The pair are focused on raising their daughter True, two.
The situation led to Woods having a falling out with the famous family, including the end of her longtime friendship with Kylie Jenner, 23.