Цену на российскую вакцину от коронавируса «Спутник V» объявят на следующей неделе, сообщили в Российском фонде прямых инвестиций, передает ТАСС.
В Twitter-аккаунте для продвижения вакцины появилось сообщение о том, что цена «Спутника V» будет «гораздо ниже», чем вакцин от Pfizer или Moderna.
«Переводим фармацевтический жаргон: объявленная цена Pfizer в $19,5 и Moderna в $25-37 за дозу на самом деле означает, что они будут стоить $39 и $50-74 на человека. Вакцины Pfizer, Sputnik V и Moderna требуют две дозы на человека. Цена на Sputnik V будет намного ниже», — говорится в сообщении.
Each of the five teams on The Block walked away with a tidy profit during Sunday's finale episode.
And for three of the teams, they have Melbourne-based IT entrepreneur Danny Wallis to thank.
The CEO and managing director of DWS bought three properties for almost $12million, after having placed very generous bids on all five homes.
Danny purchased Sarah and George's property for $4,000,002, as well as Daniel and Jade's for $3.8million, and Harry and Tash's for $4million.
After Jimmy and Tam were crowned the winners, having earned an incredible profit of $966,000, host Scott Cam introduced Danny to the group.
'It's the Danny Wallis show!' Scott announced, referencing the huge amount of cash the wealthy businessman dropped in just one day.
'All the houses are great, even the ones I didn't buy, Danny playfully told the group.
He later admitted in a piece to camera that it had been 'a busy day' and an 'expensive day'.
Danny certainly has the cash to splash, with the ASX (stock exchange) reporting in February that his company DWS saw its revenue increase by one per cent to $83million, in the half-year ending December 2019.
One of his purchases is for a worthy cause, with news.com.au reporting that Danny plans on donating Daniel and Jade's home to the My Room Children's Cancer Charity.
Daniel and Jade announced in a promotional video for the show earlier on in the year, that part of the reason they signed on was to support their daughter Isla.
'For us, The Block's massive because we have a daughter who has a chromosome disorder — she's one of eight in the world to have this disorder,' Jade explained.
'With that financial support Isla can get any extra help that she needs.'
Danny is a familiar face at The Block auctions, including last year where he not only placed a bid on all five properties but also purchased Mitch and Mark's for $3.374million.
He also purchased one of the properties in the 2012 season for $1.4million.
A wide variety of memorabilia related to the late Eddie Van Halen - who died in early October at the age of 65 - has recently been placed up for auction, including his 2000 Ferrari 500 racing car.
The car is reportedly in good condition, having recently been serviced by a top mechanic and was only driven for 28,000 miles, according to TMZ.
The catalog is set to start being auctioned off on Wednesday and is expected to run to early December; the Ferrari is expected to fetch anywhere from $250,000 to $350,000.
The late songwriter customized the vehicle with a set of racing seats, which were installed for high-speed driving sessions with his brother.
The purchase also comes with a valid registration and renewal, both in Van Halen's name.
Also being auctioned off are a number of concert posters, used guitar picks, and a handwritten note from the Eruption guitarist himself, among other items.
In a 2016 interview with Car and Driver, the musician spoke about his love for fast cars, and how he saw similarities between racing and performing on stage.
'The adrenaline rush is similar. You’re always pushing the edge, on stage live and driving on a track. But improvising at the drop of a hat is the biggest thing. There are no do-overs.'
He also spoke about how the lessons that he learned from one of his disciplines actually ended up carrying into another.
'If you mess up live, you smile your way through it or improvise quick, just like if there’s an accident in front of you or somebody’s trying to pass you.'
The Panama songwriter passed away on October 6 after a lengthy battle with throat cancer, among other ailments.
Van Halen was honored at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, where a number of artists including Jack White, Dierks Bentley, and G.E Smith, gave speeches in remembrance of the guitarist.
The Pasadena Library, located in Van Halen's California hometown, recently opened their archives of recordings and images of the guitarist, which were made available to the public.
Dwyane Wade praised Mike Tyson for being 'so knowledgeable,' after the boxing champ called out Boosie Badazz for his transphobic remarks regarding Wade's daughter Zaya, 13.
'I actually talked to Mike about that early in the pandemic,' said Wade, 38, as he reflected on the incident with Central Ave on Friday.
'We had a conversation. I appreciated from a standpoint of, you know, Mike is someone who has never tried to be perfect. He is someone who has learned from this journey of life.'
Wade described Tyson as someone that is 'so smart' and 'so educated and knowledgeable about life.'
He went on to state that he has never personally '[come] out and said anything to anybody that feels a certain way about me or someone else in my family and my loved ones.
'They don't know us. They don't know our heart. They definitely don't know Zaya. So, all I do is what my mama say, "Just pray for them,"' he concluded.
Wade was referring to an October episode of the Hotboxin' With Mike Tyson podcast where Tyson asked Boosie Badazz to explain his motivations behind launching into a transphobic Instagram tirade against the Wade family earlier this year.
'I really commented on the Dwyane Wade situation because I got offended because it's a child. That's really why I got offended,' explained the rapper, 38, of his remarks.
He added that if Zaya were a '19-year-old or 18-year-old grown person' that he 'knew [he] wouldn't have said anything' to begin with.
'You know, I just feel like that's a child and I feel like a child ain't...at twelve...can't make that decision. That's just how I feel.'
To which Mike responded: 'I agree with you 100%. I agree with you. But who the f**k am I to say anything?
Mike asked Boosie, born Torrence Ivy Hatch Jr., why he felt entitled to 'comment on somebody's life?'
'What happened to you that you think that you're somebody that can comment on somebody's life?'
Despite Tyson encouraging him to backtrack on his rant, Boosie responded: 'I said it and I stand on what I say.'
'Well, you know what? Sometimes I think, "Oh f*ck, I'm wrong,"' replied Tyson.
Back in February, Boosie took to Instagram to put Wade on blast for supporting Zaya's transition and for calling his daughter by her preferred pronouns.
'I gotta say something about this s**t, bro. Dwyane Wade, you gone too f**king far, dawg. That is a male. A 12-year-old. At 12, they don’t even know what they next meal gon’ be,' began the hitmaker.
Similar to his explanation on Mike's podcast, Boosie said: 'They don’t have s**t figured out yet. He might meet a woman, anything, at 16 and fall in love with her. But his d**k be gone—how he gon’—like, bruh, you going too far, dawg.'
Continuing with his disdain towards Wade's progressive parental mindset, Boosie begged the basketball star to 'not cut his d**k off, bruh. Like, bruh, for real, if he gon’ be gay, let him be gay. But don’t cut his d**k off, bruh.'
'Don’t—and dress him as a woman, dawg. He’s 12 years old. He’s not up there year. He hasn’t made his final decisions yet. Don’t cut his f**king d**k off, Dwyane Wade, bruh. You f**king trippin’, dawg,' he concluded.
Dwyane shares Zaya, as well as 18-year-old son Zaire Blessing, with ex wife Siohvaughn Funches, 39, whom he divorced in 2010.
The basketball star also happens to have a seven-year-old son with ex Xavier Zechariah with ex Aja Metoyer and two-year-old Kaavia James with his current wife Gabrielle Union, 48.