8 квітня в місті зареєстровано 91 новий Кременчук
8 квітня в місті зареєстровано 91 новий випадок захворювання на COVID-19
52 - жінки віком від 18 до 82 років,
36 - чоловіків віком віком від 20 до 85 років
3 - дитини віком 5, 15 та 17 років
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Як ми розпочали сезон регулярних вечірніх покатух 2021.
До річки невеличкої їздили. На березі Псла палили багаття, зефірки/сосіски посмажили, випили чаю. Для когось то вперше, комусь не цікаво бо люди всі різні від того окремо вертались додому.
У Кременчуці у маршрутці №28 сталася сварка між пасажирами
Пенсіонер зробив жінці зауваження, що та, неправильно вдягнула маски. У выдповыдь жінка почала сваритися . Відео конфлікту зафільмували очевидці і виклали у соцмережі.
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Вищий антикорупційний суд прийняв рішення щоб відправити брата глави Окружного адмінсуду Києва Павла Вовка, адвоката Юрія Зонтова під варту на 60 днів з альтернативою внесення застави
Пятые «Политические этюды» с Андреем Баумейстером.
Мы традиционно проводим их как совместную мысле-медитацию, заботясь о теме и не особо заботясь о плане.
Инициируем зерно рассуждений, следим за побегами, развиваем те, которые нам кажутся удачными.
Вот так и в этот раз, мы начали с вопроса:
- каков же новый Моисей, способный вывести своих людей из рабства Системы?
а закончили «бесконечным маем» Киевской Руси и необходимостью возрождения этого мета-исторического гештальта.
Чем и договорились заняться.)
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Covid-19: African Union drops AstraZeneca from its vaccine plan - News24
The African Union's disease control body said on Thursday it has dropped plans to secure AstraZeneca vaccines for its members.
- The African Union has dropped the AstraZeneca vaccine from its procurement plans.
- This comes after medicine regulators in Europe said there were possible links between the vaccine and blood clots.
- The AU, however, says the blood clots issue has nothing to do with its dropping of the vaccine.
Governor Lesetja Kganyago hands over reins of International Monetary and Finance Committee - News24
Kganyago served a three-year term as chairperson of the International Monetary and Finance Committee.
SA Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago has completed his three-year term as chairperson of the International Monetary and Finance Committee (IMFC) The IMFC on Thursday issued a statement commending Kganyago for his service. Kganyago was appointed in 2018. Sweden's finance minister Magdalena Andersson is his successor. The IMFC consists of finance ministers and central bank governors from across the world - it is the primary advisory body of the IMF board of governors. The committee meets twice a year - during the World Bank-IMF meetings in April and again in October. In a communiqué following the 43rd meeting of the IMFC, the committee indicated its commitment to working to end the Covid-19 pandemic and ensure a sustainable and inclusive recovery. It noted that while the global economic recovery is faster than previously expected at the time of the October meetings, it is still uncertain and uneven across different countries. "The crisis may cause extended scarring and exacerbate poverty and inequalities, while climate change and other shared challenges are becoming more pressing," the IMFC said. The IMFC also called for stronger international cooperation in accelerating vaccine production and ensuring affordable and equitable access. "Where appropriate, monetary policy should remain accommodative, in line with central banks' mandates," it said. The IMFC added that it is working to help vulnerable countries with financing needs. "We will work together to continue strengthening debt transparency practices by both debtors and creditors, public and private, and supporting countries' efforts to maintain debt sustainability." It also noted the proposal of the IMF to boost the Special Drawing Rights to $650 billion - to provide additional liquidity to the global economic system. The allocation will supplement reserve assets of the IMF's 190 member countries. IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva previously said she intends to submit a formal proposal to the board by June.
George Floyd died from 'low level of oxygen': doctor - Eyewitness News
Dr Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist, told the jury at Chauvin's murder and manslaughter trial that he had watched videos of Floyd's May 25, 2020 arrest 'hundreds of times.'
Dr Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist, told the jury at Chauvin's murder and manslaughter trial that he had watched videos of Floyd's May 25, 2020 arrest 'hundreds of times.' MINNEAPOLIS, United States - A respiratory expert testified on Thursday that George Floyd died from lack of oxygen and police officer Derek Chauvin's knee was on his neck "more than 90 percent of the time" that he was handcuffed, facedown in the street. Dr Martin Tobin, a pulmonologist, told the jury at Chauvin's murder and manslaughter trial that he had watched videos of Floyd's May 25, 2020 arrest "hundreds of times." "Mr. Floyd died from a low level of oxygen," Tobin told the nine-woman, five-man jury hearing the high-profile case in a heavily guarded Minneapolis courtroom. "This caused damage to his brain," he said, and arrhythmia -- an irregular heartbeat -- which "caused his heart to stop." The 45-year-old Chauvin, who is white, was seen in a video taken by a bystander kneeling on the neck of a handcuffed Floyd for more than nine minutes as the 46-year-old African-American man complained repeatedly that he "can't breathe." The video of Floyd's arrest touched off protests against racial injustice and police brutality in the United States and around the world. Tobin said Floyd's breathing weakened because he was face down on the street, handcuffed and with Chauvin and other officers on his neck and back. Eric Nelson, Chauvin's defense attorney, has suggested at several points during the trial that Chauvin's body weight was actually on Floyd's shoulder or back at times and not on his neck. Tobin disagreed. "Officer Chauvin's knee is virtually on the neck for the vast majority of the time," he said, "more than 90 percent of the time." PRE-EXISTING CONDITION NOT A FACTOR The Irish-born Tobin is testifying as an expert witness for the prosecution. The Chicago-based doctor said he has testified previously at medical malpractice trials but this is his first criminal trial and he is not being paid. Chauvin, who has pleaded not guilty, faces up to 40 years in prison if convicted of the most serious charge -- second-degree murder. Chauvin, a 19-year-old veteran of the Minneapolis Police Department, was fired from the force after Floyd's death. Prosecutors are seeking to prove that Floyd's death was due to asphyxiation, while Chauvin's defense claims it was due to illegal drugs in his system and underlying health conditions. Tobin dismissed defense claims that any pre-existing medical conditions may have contributed to Floyd's death. "A healthy person subjected to what Mr. Floyd was subjected to would have died as a result of what he was subjected to," he said. Forensic scientist Breahna Giles testified on Wednesday that pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found in Floyd's car and in the police car, with some pills having saliva that matched Floyd's DNA. Several high-ranking Minneapolis police officers have testified that Chauvin's use of force against Floyd was excessive. Minneapolis police chief Medaria Arradondo said on Monday that Chauvin violated the department's training policies and its "values." Floyd was being arrested on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill in a nearby store. A paramedic told the jury last week that Floyd was already dead when an ambulance arrived and that Chauvin was still kneeling on his neck. Police officers are rarely convicted in the United States when charges are brought and a conviction on any of the counts against Chauvin will require the jury to return a unanimous verdict. Three other former police officers involved in the arrest are to be tried separately later this year. Download the Eyewitness News app to your iOS or Android device.