На данный момент наступил переломный момент в экономическом кризисе, вызванном пандемией коронавируса. Об этом заявил премьер-министр России Михаил Мишустин, передает РИА «Новости».
По его словам, в дальнейшем ситуация в стране будет улучшаться. В первую очередь, благодаря вакцинации.
Глава правительства пояснил, что по мере формирования коллективного иммунитета, в прошлое будут уходить опасения, которые сдерживали экономическое развитие и торговлю.
Ранее пресс-секретарь президента России Дмитрий Песков выразил надежду на то, что падение экономики в 2021 году для страны будет не таким сильным, как в прошедшем.
Filming for the show's third season came to a halt again late last year due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
But Michelle Keegan proved there's no rest for the wicked as she continued to shoot scenes for Brassic in Manchester on Monday, once production was given to green light to resume.
The actress, 33, who plays Erin Croft on the Sky One series, nailed sporty chic as she teamed a tracksuit with a padded coat during her morning on set.
Opting for comfort, the former Corrie star's co-ords featured a hooded zip-up cardigan and joggers, which worked well with her cropped outerwear.
The media personality's ensemble coordinated with her vibrant pink bag, which she held onto tightly.
Tapping into her character, the thespian ditched her signature effortlessly chic look in favour of bold hooped earrings and a chunky gold necklace.
The fashion designer swept her tresses into a high ponytail, while her complexion was enhanced with minimal make-up.
Filming on Brassic had only just resumed following a Christmas break, but members of the cast and crew were believed to have tested positive for the virus. MailOnline contacted representatives for Sky One for comment at the time.
Michelle was forced to stop filming last year to self-isolate as she was exposed to COVID-19.
While she had come into contact with the virus, she had not contracted it. A source told MailOnline: 'Michelle had to take time away from the Brassic set once again and has been laying low in Essex with her husband Mark Wright.
'She only missed one day of filming. But she needed to isolate after she came into contact with someone in Manchester who had it.
'Luckily it all happened very quickly and Michelle did not return to the Brassic set before isolating. So it didn't affect filming too much.
'She has spent last two weeks in total isolation. She will go back to filming at the end of this week.'
Meanwhile, her husband Mark Wright, 33, recently revealed his father Mark Snr is still 'not completely better' and that his family were 'worried for his life' while he was in hospital battling coronavirus.
The former TOWIE star's parents Mark. Snr, 64, and Carol, 60, announced on New Year's Eve they had been struck down by Covid-19.
Mark also revealed that two of his uncles are currently in hospital due to the virus, with his uncle Eddie, 65, the father of his reality star cousin Elliott, in a coma and intensive care unit (ICU).
Dillian Whyte believes Anthony Joshua has fallen out of love with the sport of boxing, at least judging by his change of behaviour in the ring.
Joshua is on the cusp of setting up a superfight against fellow Brit Tyson Fury to unite the heavyweight division, with Fury's promoter Bob Arum stating he is '95 per cent confident' of a deal being reached for the fight to take place this year.
However, Whyte has voiced his concern about his former nemesis AJ, suggesting he does not have the look of someone with his heart still in the sport.
'Maybe he's comfortable, maybe his drive and desire is going down,' he told Sky Sports.
'He seems to be fighting a lot more defensively than he used to do. Maybe he's thinking, "You know what, I haven't got long left, it's a hard game".
'When you achieve everything you've set out to achieve and you've got lots of money, sometimes you think, "You know what, let me just retire and go and do something else".
'He doesn't strike me as someone who loves fighting. He loves the business and he loves the opportunities.'
Joshua has been described by the magazine Forbes as a 'marketing juggernaut' and has more than 12 sponsors, with Under Armour and Beats named named among them.
He recently admitted that he feels he is closer to the end of his career, than the beginning.
'This isn't the start of my career. I'm coming towards the end of my career," Joshua said.
'I'm not someone who lives in the moment and thinks that everything is just like for now. I'm always planning ahead so I'm coming towards the end of my career.'
Former Bachelor contestant Lauren Burnham has spoken out about false rumors that she has separated from husband, Arie Luyendyk Jr.
On Friday the 29-year-old reality television personality posted an email from a publication which asked whether rumors she and her 29-year-old husband had broken up were true.
Burnham took it in good humor as she posted a screenshot of the email and joked about spending very little time apart from her spouse, who she shares one-year-old daughter Alessi with.
The email, sent to Burnham's rep from TMZ, read: 'We are hearing her and Arie have separated. Hoping that's not true! But wanted to reach out for a statement just in case.'
Burnham wrote in the caption: 'i meannnnn if you count the 3 hours we separated for him to go dirt biking last weekend yeah we've 'separated.'
The reality television star went on to give further evidence regarding the state of her happy relationship with her husband by posting a video to her story featuring the pair's daughter Alessi.
In the video, the reality television stars checked on their first child and asked if she was sleeping while their daughter pretended to snore.
The caption for the story read: 'i wonder where she got that fake snoring from,' after which Burnham tagged her husband's Instagram handle.
The confirmation of the pair's relationship status comes just under a month after the couple posted a video to their shared YouTube channel where they announced that they would be welcoming twins in the near future.
During the video, the couple spoke about their excitement before entering the ultrasound room and being given the news that they would be expecting two children.
When she realized that she would have a double birth, Burnham jokingly asked her husband: 'Is this your fault?'
Luyendyk Jr. later went on to share a snap featuring some photos of the ultrasound to his Instagram account.
The pair initially met during the 22nd season of The Bachelor, which aired in 2018; the now-father was previously a contestant during the reality show's eighth season.
The couple was the focus of a controversial ending to the season, as Luyendyk Jr had already proposed to contestant Becca Kufrin before calling the engagement off in favor of beginning a relationship with Burnham, who was that season's runner-up.
The two would go on to tie the knot in January of 2019 and subsequently moved to Arizona to start a family together.