За последние сутки в России коронавирусную инфекцию обнаружили у 24 581 человека, сообщает 22 ноября оперативный штаб по борьбе с распространением заболевания.
Таким образом, сегодняшний день — второй по показателю суточного прироста с начала эпидемии. Максимум был установлен накануне — 24 822 человека. Всего с начала распространения COVID-19 в стране было зарегистрировано более 2 млн случаев заболевания.
В пятерку регионов с наибольшим показателем суточного прироста инфицированных вошли:
Главный врач медицинского центра «Лидер-Медицина» Евгений Тимаков накануне заявлял, что количество заболевших в России будет расти еще примерно месяц. Он связал это с наступлением холодов: люди стали реже проветривать помещения, что приводит к повышенной концентрации вируса. Кроме того, медик считает, что граждане стали чаще игнорировать меры санитарной безопасности: перестали соблюдать дистанцию, носить маски.
Минэкономразвития на фоне роста заболеваемости коронавирусной инфекцией в октябре отметило ускорение падения ВВП до 4,7% в годовом выражении. Президент Владимир Путин, выступая на саммите G20 в онлайн-режиме, сообщил, что пандемия COVID-19 усилила риск девальвации национальных валют. Особенно это заметно в странах с развивающимися экономиками, где сильно снизились фискальные доходы и нет накопленных резервов.
Lorraine Kelly reflected on her own miscarriage after Meghan Markle revealed her own tragic loss in a New York Times article on Wednesday.
The presenter, 60, admitted she her experience was 'almost exactly the same' as she discussed the Duchess Of Sussex's miscarriage on her show.
In her candid article, Meghan said she lost her second child after feeling a 'sharp cramp' while changing her son Archie's nappy in July.
Describing the tragic moment she realised 'something was not right', Meghan said: 'After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right'.
In the piece called 'losses we share', she said: 'I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second.'
Discussing the news with resident medical expert Dr Hilary, Lorraine said: 'It was almost exactly the same, having to go to hospital and the way she talked about it.
'What really helped me was being able to talk to you obviously and also other people, but also Rosie.
'I think she was only six then and I know Archie is a lot younger than that but I know that that will really help you know having another child will really help.
'My heart goes out to them, it's so sad and I think the way she's done it is absolutely brilliant,' she added.
'Often people forget the partner they do,' Lorraine said of Prince Harry, before she reflected that she'd tried to busy herself too soon after her loss as she told Dr Hilary: 'I went back to work too quickly, you told me and I know I went too quickly.'
Writing in the New York Times on Wednesday, Meghan described falling ill at home in Los Angeles and being in hospital watching her husband Harry's 'heart break as he tried to hold the shattered pieces of mine' while they grieved for their baby.
She is the first royal to describe the 'unbearable grief' of losing a baby. Zara Tindall suffered two miscarriages while Sophie, Countess of Wessex, lost an unborn baby in 2001.
Meghan wrote that it had happened on a July morning that 'began as ordinarily as any other day'.
The Duchess of Sussex said she had woken up, fed the dogs, tidied up Archie's clothes and crayons before 'throwing my hair in a ponytail before getting my son from his crib'.
She then felt a pain in her stomach as she changed Archie' nappy and then dropped to the floor holding him as she lost her unborn baby.
Ms Markle wrote: 'Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband's hand. I felt the clamminess of his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both our tears.
'Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we'd heal'.
In September, Lorraine detailed the pain of going through a miscarriage as she claimed it 'never leaves you.'
She took to Twitter to respond to a post by First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, who shared the story of the country's Justice Minister Humza Yousaf and his wife Nadia El-Nakla and their loss.
'Nadia's account of the physical pain especially sparks awful memories. We don't talk about all this enough.'
Agreeing with Nicola's poignant post, Lorraine retweeted it and added: 'Affects far too many of us @nicolasturgeon and you are so right. It never leaves you xx'
Lorraine, who shares daughter Rosie, 26, with her husband of 28 years Steve Smith, previously revealed the devastating loss happened when her daughter was five.
In 2015, she told OK! Magazine: 'Another baby would have been super. But, hey, it didn't happen. I had a miscarriage when Rosie was about five.'
Rosie, who also spoke about the incident with the publication, said: 'I do remember. We were in Dundee. I was in the car with Dad following the ambulance. I was okay, though – I had no idea what was going on.'
In March, Lorraine spoke to Giovanna Fletcher on the Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast about her loss, saying going through a miscarriage was 'really difficult'.
The TV presenter explained: 'That was a really difficult time and I think, yes of course we should absolutely sympathise with the women who go through this, but nobody asked after Steve.
'Nobody ever said 'How are you?' The only people who did, funnily enough, were friends that experienced it themselves and sadly as we know, far too many people experience it.
'I think we've got to be a bit more considerate about everyone and not just partners but extended family.'
Detailing what helped her get through the difficult time, Lorraine went on: 'It was really sad but what did help me though was being open and talking about it at the time, because obviously I'm off work and you need to tell people why.
'That wasn't easy, but the response I got from viewers was unbelievable. I thought it was important to be honest.
'I felt we had to because viewers were asking what was wrong. We were just inundated with letters and really brave women sharing their experience with me. Really heartfelt. People took a lot of time and trouble.'
Last year, Lorraine also spoke to the BBC about how being open about her miscarriage and how talking about difficult issues is 'crucial' for our mental health.
Admitting she suffered personally when she went through a miscarriage and the menopause, she claimed the menopause left her feeling low and anxious.
The ITV presenter said: 'Five or six years ago, I suddenly felt really overwhelmed and anxious, and I'm not an anxious person.
'I'm somebody that just gets on with it, and I've usually got a sunny disposition, and I don't know where that went. All the life drained out of me, and I felt very flat.'
'I went on HRT [hormone replacement therapy], which I know doesn't work for everyone, but for me was an absolute game changer. So I thought, if it's happened to me, it's happened to lots of people.'
If you have been affected by this story support can be found with the Miscarriage Association (miscarriageassociation.org.uk) or Sands (sands.org.uk).
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