Aleksei A. Navalny was still in a medically induced coma in Berlin when a court in Russia froze his bank accounts and barred him from selling or mortgaging his apartment in Moscow.
Doctors at Berlin’s Charité hospital said that the Russian opposition leader’s condition had improved, but they could not rule out lasting effects of a “severe poisoning” from a military-grade nerve agent.
The Kremlin’s spokesman said there was no need to investigate because it had not yet been proven that the opposition leader was poisoned.
The family’s 73-year-old matriarch, three of her 11 children and her sister all died of Covid-19. Her survivors are focused on finding a remedy.
Dr. Ryan Padgett, 45, once played in the Rose Bowl for Northwestern. He had rarely missed a day of work to illness. Then the coronavirus took him to the brink of death.