Футболист московского «Спартака» Александр Кокорин поделился впечатлениями от матча Российской премьер-лиги (РПЛ) против «Химок», передает «СЭ».
Напомним, красно-белые победили, а форвард отметился забитым мячом. «Да, что говорить. Команда — красавцы. Много проблем перед этой игрой было. У ребят всякие болячки, но мы выстояли и обыграли неприятного соперника. «Химки» хорошо обороняются», — сказал Кокорин.
Ранее Шамиль Газизов подвел итоги трансферной кампании «Спартака».
Чтобы не допускать скопления тел в больнице № 12 Барнаула, власти перераспределили нагрузку на патолого-анатомическое отделение больницы № 11, в котором проводятся аутопсии. Об этом сообщается на официальном сайте правительства Алтайского края.
Ранее в социальной сети «ВКонтакте» в группе «Инцидент Барнаул» было опубликовано видео, которое, как утверждалось, сняли в подвале больницы № 12. На видеозаписи были показаны черные мешки, в которых якобы хранятся тела скончавшихся от коронавируса.
«Объемы аутопсии временно перераспределены на другие отделения. Организована работа отделения в две смены, в том числе в выходные дни, с формированием гибкого графика выдачи заключений и тел для захоронения родственникам умерших», — говорится в сообщении.
Власти указали, что нагрузка на врачей увеличилась из-за «значительно возросшего количества умерших за сутки», а также необходимости проведения вскрытия во всех случаях и дефицита патологоанатомов.
Власти Алтайского края объяснили, что к патолого-анатомическим отделениям, которые проводят вскрытие пациентов, умерших от коронавируса, предъявляются особые требования. В Алтайском крае аутопсию умершим от коронавируса проводят в восьми отделениях, одним из которых является отделение больницы № 11. Однако из-за увеличившейся нагрузки власти в качестве вынужденной меры разрешили временное хранение в больнице № 12.
В правительстве региона добавили, что были случаи отказов родственников от своевременного получения тел из-за закрытых ритуальных залов и карантинов в семьях.
По данным оперативного штаба по борьбе с коронавирусной инфекцией на 22 октября, в Алтайском крае за последние сутки выявлено 203 случая заражения коронавирусом, умерли восемь человек, выздоровели 250.
Phillip Schofield has emotionally revealed that coming out was the only way he could 'save himself' as things had got 'that dark' in his head.
Talking on Friday's RTÉ One's The Late Late Show with Ryan Tubridy, the This Morning star, 58, explained his decision to publicly announce he was gay in February.
Phillip also revealed that he travelled down to Cornwall to tell his mother Pat, 84, who had grown concerned over his weight loss due to stress.
The presenter, whose weight had plummeted to just nine stone before he came out, told host Ryan, 47: 'I had long conversations with Steph [his wife], we talked about it a lot. It was really beginning to trip me up, mess with my head.
'It started off with a little bit of confusion, then my head managed to turn it into something really big, scary and dark. Steph and I went through that together.'
He added: 'Then when I had made the decision, the only way I think I could save myself because it got that dark was that I had to be honest. I had to be truthful.
'Then when you've decided to make that decision you have to be honest and truthful with the people who are around you.'
Phillip revealed that his driver, Tony, took him to Cornwall as he was in 'no fit state' to drive so he could tell his mother, Pat, that he was gay.
He said: 'She had already asked me months before, ''are you OK, you look skinny... you look sad, I know there's something wrong''. I said, ''I'll tell you when the time is right, but I'm not ill.'''
Phillip then explained that he has 'annoying floaters' in his eyes and his mother was worried he was going blind.
He continued: 'I said ''Mum, I have something to tell you'', so I told her and she said ''Oh, oh right OK, thank God for that, I thought you were going blind...
'Those things in your eyes, that's alright, so long as you are OK and Steph's OK and the girls are OK. I'm fine!''
Phillip sweetly added: 'My mum suddenly turned into this incredibly modern, forward-thinking 84-year-old and we have these incredible really good solid chats about my head, how I am and us as a family. That's actually worked out really well.'
The interview comes after Phillip revealed he has not 'discussed' divorce with his wife Steph after he publicly came out in February.
The This Morning presenter, who has been married for 27 years, explained how he has not talked of divorce 'at all' with Steph who he shares two daughters with.
Speaking on the Chris Evans podcast, How To Wow, he said: 'I'm still married to Steph. There is a great deal of talk of divorce - we have not discussed that at all.'
The Top Gear presenter, 54, asked Phillip: 'How long will the wedding ring stay on for?'
Phillip replied: 'That is a very good question Chris. I don't know. Because I am still married to Steph.
'There is a great deal of talk of divorce - we have not discussed that at all.'
He continued: 'With divorce...that has not been discussed. We are picking our way through and however that works and it's a work in progress.
'I am a work in progress. Steph is a work in progress.'
The father-of-two continued: 'It is not in my nature to hurt people and so I have to reconcile myself with the fact that I have done that. Indeed I have done that and I tried very hard not to.'
He added: 'I also say, is it possible to come out and not hurt your wife? No of course it isn't.
'My greatest concern is that she is okay.'
Speaking about Steph in February to co-host Holly Willoughby, 39, on This Morning, he said: 'She is amazing, she's incredible.
'There's no one in my life who would have supported me the way, as a wife, as the way she supported me. She's astonishing, literally astonishing.'
It comes after Phillip revealed his mental health is still 'a work in progress' after publicly coming out,
The presenter explained he takes medication and has regular therapy sessions, and 'still doubts' his decision to reveal his sexuality.
Phillip - who has admitted the secret of his sexuality 'was going to give him a breakdown' - has spoken candidly about struggling to accept his sexuality for the first time in his memoir Life's What You Make It.
He said: 'My mental health is still a work in progress. I talk regularly to a professional team who tell me that everything will be okay.
'Sometimes I have my doubts. If I'm totally honest with you, as I've said before, it's not in my nature to hurt people and so, with that in mind, I'm finding it hard to pick my way through the debris.
'Is there a way to reveal a secret like this to the world and not hurt your wife or your family? The answer is obviously not. But we are close and loving. We'll get through.
'Am I struggling with it all? Very much. I'm wearing new clothes, but they don't quite fit. Maybe I'll grow into them.
'I still have dark days full of confusion, days when wading through life would be easier if the water wasn't at chest height.'
It comes after Phillip admitted he pulled out of This Morning filming while struggling with his sexuality.
Speaking on a recent episode of The One Show, Phillip said: 'I had to come out. If I didn't, the secret was going to give me a total breakdown... at best.'
Detailing his decision to pull out of filming, he said: 'I sat alone in the flat, staring at the walls, as This Morning started on the other side of London.
'It was a very stupid thing to do... all my closest friends knew how ragged my head was but no one except Steph knew why.'
Phillip made the decision to come out in February when he shared an emotional Instagram statement with his followers, before being interviewed by co-host Holly just moments later.
Explaining the turmoil that led to his public coming out interview, Phil revealed he 'sobbed quietly in the dark' while watching the New Year's Eve fireworks just weeks prior.
While he would tell colleagues his weekend was 'fine', Phil admitted the reality was he would stare at the flames in the fire and 'wish they were consuming him', as he detailed some of the dark places his mind went to.
In the autobiography, Phil revealed he became 'increasingly aware' of his sexuality over the past five years, and his wife was made aware at the same time.
He also confided in his two daughters Molly, 27, and Ruby, 24, but claimed he 'felt sick' before opening up to them about his sexuality.
Вратарь «Манчестер Юнайтед» Давид Де Хеа поделился мыслями о результате матча шестого тура Английской премьер-лиги (АПЛ) с лондонским «Челси», передает Goal.com.
Встреча завершилась нулевой ничьей. По мнению голкипера, команда из Манчестера создала большее количество моментов и имела большие шансы для того, чтобы одержать победу в поединке.
«Я думаю, у нас было два или три супермомента, особенно с участием Рэшфорда, но вратарь спас их. Это нормально и, как я уже говорил, мы заслуживали большего», — заявил Де Хеа.
Ранее сообщалось, что «Манчестер Юнайтед» сыграл вничью с «Челси».