●It's official: The increase in cases in Sudbury has stopped, with fewer cases expected from next week.
●The field hospitals of the Breosian Armed Forces are deployed in Sudbury and military doctors are assisting in the fight against the virus.
●Construction of the Large Hadron Collider has begun in Breozia.
●The president has said that the press conference will take place in about a week, but no exact date has been given.
●The Ministry of Industry is introducing AI at the medium level of the production network: the results of AI are already there and exceeding expectations.
●The State Security Service said it was investigating Sudbury and trying to determine the source of the virus. They believe the virus is not a biological weapon.
●The Breosia Ministry of Health will receive an additional 6 trillion Breos to combat outbreaks of disease.
●The Border Guard of Breozia has rescued a fishing vessel that was in distress in the open ocean. 17 fishermen have been rescued and brought ashore and are being provided with the necessary assistance.
●Infrastructure development continues: 47,000 km of railways and more than 150 bridges will be built this year alone according to the economic development plan.
●The President has rejected the proposal by the Centre for Public Security to block opposition websites: there should be freedom on the internet, and the state should not be a police baton trying to ban everything.
●Tourists will be able to explore the country's cultural and historical heritage: some 340 routes have already been set up all over the country.
●The Department of Environmental Control has notified the Ministry of Industry and the Economy about inspections at enterprises and the mandatory installation of filters for harmful air pollutants.
●The population of Breosia has surpassed 1 billion people.
●In Eagle City, the mayor and his staff drank more than 400 litres of beer in a month, an unusual record in the city.
●A new neighbourhood 'Shining Path' will be built in the suburbs of Anokren.It will be able to accommodate 64,000 people. This neighbourhood will be built at level 7 of technological advancement with all amenities.
News for you by journalist Wendy Maxwell