ずくなしの冷や水

2021年01月13日

ナバルニーはロシアに帰れるか 本当に暗殺される危険も

ロシア内務省が、ナヴァルニーの側近が出国時に検査を受けたスーツケースなどに100ml以上の水が入るボトルがないとの証拠写真を示し、英国人同行者が荷物検査の後に空港でボトルを購入している写真を示しています。
МВД показало, как помощница Навального купила бутылку в аэропорту


・・・しっかり残してありますね。

TASS2020/10/8
Aides who accompanied Navalny in Tomsk have many questions to answer − investigation

RT2020/10/6
OPCW says it found traces of Novichok-class substance in blood & urine samples of Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said Tuesday that it’s found evidence of a poisonous substance from the Novichok group in blood and urine samples of Russian anti-corruption activist Alexey Navalny.

As a result, the German government – which requested the study – says it intends to work out a response in collaboration with other European Union members. It looks likely that the situation will lead to a new front opening in the sanctions war. On Saturday, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said he expected the EU to impose penalties against Russia if the presence of Novichok in Navalny's system is confirmed.

“The results of the analysis... confirm that the biomarkers of the cholinesterase inhibitor found in Navalny’s blood and urine samples have similar structural characteristics as the toxic chemicals belonging to [the Novichok family],” the OPCW said in a statement published on its website. According to the organization, these substances were produced and stockpiled exclusively as chemical weapons and they have little or no other use other than as chemical warfare agents.

OPCW Director General Fernando Arias Gonzalez expressed his gratitude to the laboratories involved in the study and said that their findings were of significant concern. “State Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention have declared the use of chemical weapons by anyone under any circumstances as reprehensible and wholly contrary to the legal norms established by the international community,” he explained. “It is therefore important now for State Parties to uphold the norm they have decided to adhere to more than 25 years ago.”

The Kremlin has no information about the OPCW report, spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. He explained that "there needs to be some time to hand it over through diplomatic channels and for us to receive this information." "It seems like there will be all information required there," Peskov explained.

Earlier on Tuesday, the OPCW revealed it was ready to send experts to Russia to establish the facts in the Navalny case, at Moscow's invitation, which was issued last week.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov sharply criticized the OPCW the day before the report was published, insinuating that it had allowed itself to become a tool of Western governments. He noted in particular the unsatisfactory work of the organization during its investigation of the 2017 chemical attack in the Syrian city of Khan Sheikhun. According to Lavrov, the OPCW should have sent its own experts to Syria to collect samples, but instead relied on ones provided by Britain and France.

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/10/3のツイート
ナヴァルニーは、MI6の美人スパイ・マリアに言われるまま、ロシアの企業の「汚職」を暴露。しかし逆に名誉棄損で訴えられ、ナヴァルニーの「反汚職団体」は1億円以上の損害賠償金を出せと判決。金に困ったヤク中のナヴァルニーは、CIAの意のままに踊る。しまいには殺される?

※ アジア記者クラブ(APC)@2018_apc氏の午後8:27 ・ 2020年10月3日のツイート
返信先: @trappedsoldierさん
ロシア政府と諜報機関は、ナワリヌイをベネズエラの自称暫定大統領グアイドと同じ西側(NATO)の操り人形だと見なしている。目立つ街頭行動で当局の「弾圧劇」をメディア集めて演じさせるヤラセ、西側からの資金の流れも押さえている。

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/10/2のツイート
ナヴァルニーがオムスクの医師について、自分を殺そうとしたエージェントだと言い出した! 「命の恩人」についてよくこんなことが言える。ヤク中のナヴァルニーは、CIAに操られあほな発言を繰り返している。しまいに殺されるぞ。
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Elena Evdokimova@elenaevdokimov7氏の2020/10/2のツイート
Reportedly,"Alexey Navalny said that Omsk doctors wanted him dead"
He is appalling.
There was no #Novichok poisoning, #Navalny. twitter.com/D_Steshin/stat…

RT2020/10/1
Navalny ‘is working with CIA’: Kremlin makes explosive allegation after opposition figure blames Putin for alleged poisoning
Western intelligence agencies – in particular, agents from the American CIA – are working with Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny, Vladimir Put‘Put the proof on prime time TV, you have my permission’: Navalny to sue Putin’s spokesman over CIA allegation in’s spokesman alleged on Thursday.

"Probably, it is not the patient [Navalny] who works for the Western special services, but that the Western intelligence services who work with him – this would be more correct [to say]," Dmitry Peskov explained. “I can even be specific: these days, specialists from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States of America are working with him.”

"This isn't the first time he's been given different instructions," the spokesman continued. "The instructions given to the patient are obvious. We have seen such patterns of behavior on more than one occasion."

The bombshell allegation comes just hours after Navalny claimed Putin was behind his alleged poisoning in August. He told Germany's Der Spiegel magazine that he had “no other explanation for what happened."

Peskov took umbrage at the activist's comments alleging Putin's involvement in the incident, dismissing them as "baseless" and "insulting." He told reporters "we believe that such accusations against the Russian president are absolutely unfounded and unacceptable."

German officials alleged, last month, that Navalny had been targeted with a nerve agent from the 'Novichok' family. "We want to investigate the case of the Berlin patient [Navalny] and establish the cause of what happened," Peskov explained, expressing doubt about the veracity of the German analysis. "For this, we need to get information from those who found traces of poisoning."

The Kremlin has previously complained that Berlin has been uncooperative in providing evidence that the Moscow protest leader had indeed been attacked with Novichok.

Peskov also commented on Navalny's intention to return to Russia, as expressed to Der Spiegel, observing that he saw no heroism in his declaration. "Any citizen of Russia can return to his homeland at any time," the spokesman outlined. "Treatment can take place in our country, in fact, almost all people avail of this. Lives are saved in our country, and the life of this patient was also saved in Russia." This refers to when Navalny had initially been hospitalized in Siberia

Alexei Navalny was in a coma from August 20 to September 7, after falling ill during a flight to Moscow from Tomsk. First, he was hospitalized in Omsk, after an emergency landing, before being transported to Berlin's Charité clinic days later. After making a speedy recovery (taking into account the alleged lethality of Novichok), the anti-corruption activist was discharged last week.

RT2020/10/2
‘Put the proof on prime time TV, you have my permission’: Navalny to sue Putin’s spokesman over CIA allegation
A dramatic day of verbal hostility has led to Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny announcing his intent to sue President Vladimir Putin's spokesman. The threat came after the Kremlin accused Navalny of working with the CIA.

Germany's Der Spiegel magazine published a sensational interview with Navalny on Thursday, in which the anti-corruption activist, who is recovering in Berlin from a suspected poisoning, says “I assert that Putin is behind [the crime], I don’t see any other explanation.”

In response to these comments, Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov dropped a bombshell, telling reporters the Moscow protest leader was connected to foreign spooks.

“Probably, it is not the patient [Navalny] who works for the Western special services, but that the Western intelligence services who work with him – this would be more correct [to say]. I can even be specific: these days, specialists from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States of America are working with [Navalny].”

Navalny immediately fired back on his blog: “This is a direct allegation from a government official. Therefore, first of all, I am taking legal action against Peskov. And secondly, I demand that the proof and facts that suggest I am ‘working with specialists from the CIA’ are published. Put it straight on television, in prime time. You have my permission”.

In the same press call on Thursday when Peskov linked the anti-corruption campaigner to the CIA, he responded to Navalny's interview by saying: “We believe that such accusations against the Russian president are absolutely unfounded and unacceptable, and furthermore, we find a host of these statements completely offensive and inexcusable”.

As tensions mounted, members of Russia’s State Duma continued to throw their weight behind Peskov. According to its website, speaker Vyacheslav Volodin called Alexey Navalny a collaborator of Western intelligence agencies. “Navalny is a shameless person and a skunk. Putin saved his life. If what happened to him had been orchestrated by the intelligence services of Western countries, then his statement fits perfectly into the scheme of things.”

“Everyone genuinely worked to save him – from the pilots and doctors to the president. And only an ingrate could make such statements.” The head of the legal team at Alexey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation, Vyacheslav Gimadi, confirmed that the lawsuit would be addressed to Dmitry Peskov’s home address, and would fall under the jurisdiction of the Presnensky district court in Moscow.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 20:05| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

物販を含め対面の接客業務は新コロナウィルス感染のリスクが伴う

※ ヤン・ウェンリー提督@yangwenli920820氏の2021/1/13のツイート
もうこうして見ると不特定多数の人とあう接客業は、今非常に厳しい現状に置かれてると思う。(医療従事者はいうまでもないが)かなり罹患状況が酷い。私は夏に追ってたことがあるけれど、全然比にならない。倉持先生等お医者様が言われてるように、もっと緊迫感を持つべきだと思う。平和ボケ過ぎ

・・・引用終わり・・・

書くのを控えていましたが、ここに至れば、書かざるえません。

企業などから開示される感染者判明情報が、業種を問わず多くなっています。それに同一企業から繰り返し開示される例もあります。

物販を含め対面の接客業務に従事している人の感染機会としては、職場が一番可能性があるでしょう。時間も長いし、様々な人と距離的に近接します。

集団感染の事例を見ると、中年女性が発端になっていることが多いです。彼らが感染する機会は、職場、家庭内、そして日常的な買い回り行動でしょう。発端になった方が、感染経路不明とされるのであれば、感染場所は職場でも、家庭でもありません。日常的な買い回り行動の可能性が最も高くなります。

もちろん知人、友人から感染という例もありうるわけで、それも有力な経路ではありますが、その経路の場合はその感染元、あるいは感染先からウィルス保有者であることが判明します。

対面の接客業務の感染リスクの高さは、ハンバーガー店で従業員5人の集団感染が発生してリスクが浮き彫りになりました。

物販を含め対面の接客業務の職場環境は簡単には改善されないでしょう。マスクによる感染防止に努め、過労を避け、体調、免疫の維持を図る対策が必要かと考えています。

地方でも生協の宅配の注文が激増だそうです。

建物の安全設備の点検に来た人が、今日は不在の家がほとんどなく、効率的に点検ができたと喜んでいました。年配者が多くなった団地ですが、なぜみんな在宅している?

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:33| Comment(0) | Covid19

ロシアの株:コビド19は一人の人間の中で18回も突然変異を起こしていたことが判明した

RT2021/1/12
A Russian Strain: Covid-19 found to have mutated 18 different times in one person, with some never seen before
By Jonny Tickle
A Russian woman with a malignant lymphoma, who battled Covid-19 for five months, was found to have 18 different mutations of the virus inside her body. She first caught it in April and last tested positive in September.

The revelation was made last week, when Russian scientists published their research on Virological, a discussion forum for analysis and interpretation of virus molecular evolution and epidemiology. Contributors from four universities and one hospital analyzed the woman’s genome and found two of the Danish ‘mink mutations,’ as well as one recently discovered in the UK.

With so many changes, what was found could be classed as its own strain.

According to Nikolai Kryuchkov, an immunologist who spoke to the Moscow daily MK, Covid-19 changes rapidly in persons with a weakened immune system. The 47-year old patient, who at the time was undergoing chemotherapy, would fit into this category.

“Experts have noticed that the rate of mutation in the organisms of weakened people is several times higher than the rate in the normal human population,” he said.

Another expert, genomic engineering specialist Pavel Volchkov, noted that the Covid-19 found in the woman has similarities to the much-feared British version, and also has its own unique characteristics.

“The new variant of the coronavirus found in Russia belongs to the same group as the British ‘strain,’” he told Moscow newspaper Izvestia. “They have common mutations. But there are also new ones.”

On Monday, Alexander Gintsburg, head of the Gamaleya Centre which developed the Sputnik V vaccine, noted that there is a high probability that Russia already has its own strain.

“We are looking forward to our country discovering a Russian strain with altered properties. If they already exist in Britain, in South Africa, in Brazil – there are strains here,” he said. “[Russia] is much larger. A new strain should have been identified long ago.”

悪性リンパ腫を患ったロシアの女性が、5ヶ月間コビド19と闘った結果、体内に18種類のウイルスの変異があることが判明しました。彼女が最初に感染したのは4月で、最後に陽性反応が出たのは9月でした。

これはロシアの科学者たちが先週、ウイルスの分子進化と疫学の分析と解釈のための議論フォーラム「Virological」で研究を発表したことで明らかになった。4 つの大学と 1 つの病院からの貢献者は、女性のゲノムを分析し、デンマークの「ミンク突然変異」のうち 2 つと英国で最近発見された 1 つを発見しました。

あまりにも多くの変化があったため、発見されたものは独自の系統として分類される可能性がある。

モスクワの日刊紙MKに語った免疫学者のニコライ・クリュチコフ氏によると、コビド19は免疫系が弱っている人では急速に変化するという。当時、化学療法を受けていた47歳の患者は、このカテゴリーに当てはまるという。

「専門家は、弱った人の生体内での突然変異率が正常な人間の数倍であることに気づいています。」と同氏は語った。

もう一人の専門家であるゲノム工学の専門家パベル・ボルチコフ氏は、この女性から発見されたコビド19型は、非常に恐れられている英国型と類似点があり、また独自の特徴を持っていると指摘した。

「ロシアで発見されたコロナウイルスの新しい変異体は、イギリスの『株』と同じグループに属している」とヴォルチコフはモスクワのイズベスチア紙に語った。「彼らは共通の突然変異を持っています。しかし、新しいものもある。」

スプートニクVワクチンを開発したガマレヤセンターの責任者であるアレクサンダー・ギンスバーグ氏は月曜日、ロシアがすでに独自の株を持っている可能性が高いと指摘した。

「我々は、特性が変化したロシアの株が発見されることを予期している。英国、南アフリカ、ブラジルにすでに変異株が存在する場合は、ここにも変異株がある」と彼は言った。「ロシアの方がはるかに大きい。新しい株はずっと前に特定されうるようになっているはずです。」


www.DeepL.com/Translator(無料版)で翻訳しました。修正を加えている。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 14:49| Comment(0) | Covid19

B.117型変異株の世界的分布

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 14:11| Comment(0) | Covid19

緊急小口資金として20万円借りられるそうだ

※ 松島みどり@matusimamidori氏の午後5:18 ・ 2021年1月12日のツイート
緊急事態宣言で生活が困難になった方へ。国の「特例貸付」(窓口は自治体の社会福祉協議会)をぜひ活用して下さい。まず緊急小口資金として20万円。これで足りない時は、総合支援資金と合わせて2人世帯なら6カ月で最大140万円まで借りられます。1年後の返済時期に住民税非課税世帯なら返済免除されます。

※ 松島みどり@matusimamidori氏の2021/1/12のツイート
ブログを更新しました。
松島みどりブログ
「生活困難な方へ、国の緊急貸付制度」
https://matsushima-midori.com/%e7%94%9f%e6%b

松島みどり@matusimamidori氏のこのツイートのスレッド
https://twitter.com/matusimamidori/status/1348907209376206848

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 12:53| Comment(0) | Covid19