Главный редактор телеканала RT и МИА «Россия сегодня» Маргарита Симоньян обнаружила, что супруга кандидата в президенты США Джо Байдена Джилл пришла на дебаты в Нэшвилле в четверг, 22 октября, в том же платье, в котором она брала большое интервью у Сергея Лаврова 14 октября. На это Маргарита Симоньян обратила внимание своих подписчиков в Twitter.
«Я могла бы и дальше нелепо отрицать наше вмешательство в американские выборы. Но после того, как Джилл Байден пришла на финальные дебаты в том же платье, в котором я брала интервью у Лаврова, это уже бессмысленно», — пошутила главред RT и приложила коллаж, доказывающий, что платья абсолютно идентичны.
В платье Джилл Байден также усмотрели скрытый смысл. Издание Refinery29 отметило, что розовые розы, доминирующие в цветочном принте платья, символизируют «милосердие и элегантность». Также журналисты увидели в этом узоре обещание, что в случае победы Джо Байдена его супруга восстановит Розовый сад Белого дома, разбитый в 1962 году при Жаклин Кеннеди — в этом году он был реконструирован Меланьей Трамп, и результат работы возмутил американцев.
Власти не принимали решение о введении карантина для всех въезжающих в Ростовскую область, пока на заседаниях регионального штаба обсуждалась необходимость отслеживать состояние возвращающихся в область вахтовиков, рассказали в оперативном штабе региона.
Ранее в СМИ появилась информация о том, что глава региона Василий Голубев пообещал отправлять на карантин всех, кто въезжает в область. Об этом, в частности, в субботу сообщила «Ростов-Газета». «Приезжающие должны находиться либо на карантине, либо дома. Это необходимо соблюдать как минимум до того момента, пока не будет сделан тест на коронавирус», — цитирует издание губернатора.
На следующие день заметку опубликовали «РИА Новости», в которой передали слова Голубева о карантине. «Главы некоторых районов мне докладывали, что у них стопроцентная договоренность о том, что они (приезжие) определенный промежуток времени находятся либо на карантине, либо дома как минимум до момента, пока не получат тесты... Это нужно делать», — процитировало агентство главу региона.
Как рассказали в региональном штабе, решения о карантине для всех въезжающих в регион не было. Там пояснили, что слова губернатора неверно истолковали. В штабе уточнили, что на заседании штаба шла речь об учете всех въезжающих трудовых мигрантов, которые возвращаются в регион после работы вахтовым методом.
О поручении губернатора относительно вахтовиков написал, в частности, портал 161.ru. Губернатор отметил, что муниципальным властям необходимо удостовериться, что те, кто возвращается после работы в другом регионе, не привезли коронавирус домой. Голубев также заявил, что администрации должны наладить контакты с работодателями из других регионов, которые приглашают жителей Ростовской области.
Режим обязательной самоизоляции для приезжих был установлен в Ростовской области весной. Всем приезжающим в область необходимо было соблюдать 14-дневную самоизоляцию. Власти отменили действия этого постановления с 29 июня.
По данным на утро 22 ноября, в Ростовской области коронавирусом заразились 37,4 тыс. человек, умерли 1184. По количеству выявленных случаев заражения регион находится на шестом месте в России.
Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn has confirmed the exciting news that her hit Netflix show will be back for another series.
Speaking on Thursday's episode of This Morning in the UK, the reality show queen revealed that the hugely popular real estate series will return for a fourth run, but due to the global pandemic has not yet started filming.
Referring to her boss at The Oppenheim Group, the real estate agency which features in the show, Christine explained: 'Jason has confirmed we've been picked up for another series, but we're kind of waiting.'
In the meantime fans of super villain Christine can see her next in an episode of MTV Cribs.
The show, which was a huge hit in the noughties has returned with some all-star names giving viewers a tour of their lavish abodes.
'You guys are used to seeing me selling other people's home, but I thought it was time to show them my home,' Christine told This Morning from her Los Angeles house. 'It was iconic, I was so excited. This show has me, Gemma Colllins, Caitlyn Jenner, it was favourite show growing up.'
Christine lives in her LA home with her husband Christian Richard, a retired tech entrepreneur, and told This Morning that it's her dream house.
'We've been through two rounds of renovations. I wanted to live in this exact same house when I had the listing on it six years ago, so it manifested,' she gushed.
The blonde lives a lavish life, even revealing that she once had a tiger in her garden for a day. 'We had a tiger in our garden, it was fun and he was so happy. He had the greatest time ever. The tiger just came to hang out for the day, but now it's gone back.'
Christine later joked that her furry friend could come in handy if her Selling Sunset rival Chrishell Stause ever wants to drop in as she quipped when asked if she'd invite her foe round to her house: 'I don't know, I might have my tiger out front!'
Christine's lavish lifestyle is a far cry from her upbringing in Texas as she described how she 'grew up in a town where people who rode their horses to the stores. I wore my sister's hand-me-downs for years'.
The star now boasts a huge designer wardrobe and over 400 pairs of shoes after her passion for fashion grew over the years.
Her taste for the finer things extends to her kitchen as she revealed she keeps no food in her fridge, 'all I have is champagne and redbull! I buy all my groceries in the day and eat it.'
She admitted though that she's not the best at keeping her plush house spick and span, telling This Morning that she had to clear up before MTV producers arrived for filming, admitting: 'I'm kind of a slob!'
Molly-Mae Hague has returned to social media to thank fans for their support, after revealing a mole she had removed was cancerous.
The Love Island star, 21, took to Instagram Stories on Friday to respond to the messages she'd received from her followers, reminding them to get any unusual marks checked as 'you just never know.'
On Thursday Molly-Mae broke down in tears as her doctor told her via telephone that the mole was a malignant melanoma - a type of skin cancer - after she filmed herself being given the diagnosis for her latest YouTube video.
Posting a screenshot from her YouTube video, Molly-Mae wrote: '850,000 views in 24 hours. Thank you guys for the love and support on this video...
'I'm so happy to see so many messages in my DMs from you all saying you're going to have certain moles checked after watching...
'Don't think it'll be someone else's story as you'll just never know.'
Molly-Mae's post came a day after she shared the YouTube video titled: 'I FOUND OUT MY MOLE WAS CANCEROUS' after having a mole removed from her leg.
In the video, she opened up about what she's been going through following her 'shock' diagnosis, telling her fans: 'I was walking around with skin cancer on my leg.'
Molly-Mae revealed that she learned her mole was a malignant melanoma during a work trip to Italy, when a doctor phoned her to deliver the diagnosis following a recent biopsy.
The social media star initially got the mole on her leg checked out by two dermatologists but was told it was nothing to worry about.
Molly-Mae eventually sought third professional opinion during a routine check-up because she 'felt something wasn't quite right'.
Speaking on her YouTube video, after the phone call from her doctor played out, she told fans: 'I got the call today and he's told me it is malignant melanoma - which is skin cancer basically.
'It's obviously petrifying, shocking and scary. I don't even know what to think or say. I cannot believe I was told by others doctors it was OK. I am so upset and angry.
'I just briefly asked this doctor when I was walking out. I was walking around with skin cancer on my leg!
'If I hadn't have asked, I'd still have that mole on my leg now and I'd be none the wiser. It could be spreading through my body, you just never know.'
Molly-Mae continued, explaining how she was trying to be strong, despite breaking down, so that her loved ones didn't freak out.
She said: 'I've already shed tears about it. I've already cried down the phone to every family member.'
Later, the Influencer explained that her surgery had been cancelled because one professional didn't believe the melanoma was malignant.
She revealed that she wouldn't know definitively the exact type of melanoma for three weeks, because the mole was being sent to America for a further biopsy.
Molly-Mae concluded the video by urging her fans to have their moles checked out.
Molly-Mae recently revealed the scar on her leg would 'triple in size' following further surgery, after previously having the mole removed - surgery which has since been cancelled.
The Love Islander did not initially discuss her 'shock diagnosis' after having a biopsy on the mole, but shared a picture of her scar a few weeks ago.
At the time, she told fans: 'Update: Just took my bandages off yesterday and I'm so happy with how this is healing.
'Showing this for the people that are having moles removed and don't have to have anything done further. I know after a year of using bio oil this would not be an issue for me! So don't worry too much about scarring.'
She continued: 'This is about to be triple the size and become two but oh well, was small looking while it lasted. Sorry if you can see hairs, I've not been able to shave around this region.'
She wrote at the time: 'The mole has already been removed but my further surgery is next week. I feel it coming around so quick and I'm really b***dy nervous but fingers crossed.
'Halloween is ruined for me this year because of my operation. Literally the first thing I said when I found out the date. Don't want to talk about it to be honest. I wait for Halloween all year so I'm very upset.'
Molly-Mae said she had received negative and 'grim' comments from online trolls about her current health condition but admitted she was immune to them now.
She wrote: 'I receive that many hate comments that I'm genuinely emotionless to them now. I'm pretty sure nothing can hurt me anymore.
'The things people have written about the health issues I'm going through atm are actually so grim you have to just brush them off.'
When one follower asked how she remained strong in the face of trolling, the star responded: 'I don't actually know? I never used to think I was that strong but after coming out of Love Island I realised I actually was.
'I've never retaliated publicly to hate. My method of ranting in my notes and deleting after has been my saviour this year.'
Molly shared a worrying post to her Instagram Stories and while she couldn't reveal exactly what doctors had found just yet, she said she has to undergo further surgery.
She wrote: 'So about three weeks ago now I was advised that a mole I had on my leg needed removing. I had the procedure done within a few days.
'Last week I received my results back and it's safe to say they were not at all what I was expecting.
'I've been trying to process the information I received whilst being super busy with work and it's not been easy.
'I'm still not able to give my full diagnosis until my further surgery has taken place and I've received those results but for now I'm just trying to stay positive.'
She continued: I never thought at 21 something like this would happen to me and it's very scary but all I know is that I absolutely need to share my story and what I'm going through to raise awareness of my situation.
'I'll keep you all updated as much as I can, I've already received so many lovely messages from you guys and I appreciate it so much.
'Your health must come first and I know this is something that some of my followers may have already gone through.... I'd love to hear from you guys.'
Last month, Molly-Mae shared a snap of her bandaged scar, explaining she decided to have it removed after getting multiple doctors' opinions about whether it could become cancerous.
She tearfully recalled her cancer scare after visiting a doctor three times to have her mole examined, but reassured fans at the time it turned out to be non-cancerous.
Molly-Mae shared a snap of the bandage on her leg, writing: 'So this is what I've been up to today...
'Some of you may remember me talking about the mole that was here a few weeks ago on my story.
'Not going to go into too much detail until I have my results back next week but this just goes to show how important getting different doctors' opinions is.
'So relieved to have it gone, I'll keep you all updated. I just need to share this because I can't stress the important of this situation enough.'
In the post Molly-Mae also included a snap of the original mole on her leg to show the true extent of the procedure.
Three weeks earlier the star tearfully told fans about her recent cancer scare after noticing the mole on her calf.
Molly-Mae added that it was her mum Debbie who first noticed the mole while she was in the Love Island villa, before pleading with her fans to get any unusual marks checked out.
In a series of videos she posted to Instagram Stories, Molly-Mae admitted she'd been moved to tears after watching a Stand Up To Cancer segment about Emily Hayward.
Emily died in June 2018 after being diagnosed with skin cancer seven years earlier when she was just 17, and documented her battle with the disease on a YouTube channel.
Molly-Mae then told her followers she'd found a similar mole on her calf when she was in the Love Island villa last year.
She explained: 'And I actually found a mole on the back of my calf about a year or so ago and had it checked, obviously I'm so blessed that mine wasn't cancerous, but it just made me so upset that like ''what does she do to deserve that? Who deserves that?''
'It is just the worst thing in the world. It's just to comprehend for families that have to go through it, how much of a struggle it must be for people who actually deal with cancer. It just broke my heart watching that.'
Molly-Mae went onto urge her followers to get any unusual moles checked out, and shared a snap of the one she'd noticed on her calf.
She said: 'Get your moles checked out people!!! It is so unbelievably important. I've had this checked three times now by different consultants just to be sure.
'This just appeared out of nowhere for me and my mum actually noticed it when I was on Love Island through watching me on TV...'