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本报讯 (记者 李东峰)10月14日，全国第十一届残运会暨第八届特奥会(简称“残特奥会”)射箭项目肢残组团体比赛全部结束，总计决出了9枚金牌，陕西队共获5枚金牌，西安姑娘吴春艳一日“射落”两枚金牌。
France to ease COVID isolation rules: government******
France will relax COVID isolation rules from Monday, the government announced, in a bid to ease their impact on society and the economy.。
Fully vaccinated people who test positive will only have to isolate for seven days regardless of the coronavirus variant they were infected with, but can leave quarantine after five days if they show an antigen or negative PCR test.。
There will be no quarantine for fully inoculated individuals who have a close contact test positive.。
However, people must respect protective measures and "undergo regular testing", health minister Olivier Veran said in an interview with Le Journal du Dimanche.。
Until now, those who tested positive in France had to isolate for 10 days with their close contracts also quarantined for a week.。
The maximum isolation period could be up to 17 days – regardless of the variant – if a household contains a positive case.。
The change in rules responds to the need "to take into account the extremely rapid evolution of the spread of the Omicron variant in France".。
It should allow a "benefit-risk balance aimed at ensuring the virus is controlled while maintaining socio-economic life", said the Ministry of Health.。
Additionally, "the first available virological data" showed "the incubation period of Omicron appears to be faster than previous variants, favoring a possible reduction in the length of isolation".。
Meanwhile, people who test positive for the virus – but who are not fully vaccinated – must complete a 10-day quarantine, according to the same rules, but shortened to seven should they present a positive antigen or negative PCR test.。
The seven-day quarantine remains for close unvaccinated contacts, who must show a negative test to leave isolation.。
Melnikova wins women's individual all******
KITAKYUSHU, Japan, Oct. 21 (Xinhua) -- Angelina Melnikova of the Russian Gymnastics Federation claimed the women's all-around title at the World Championships here on Thursday.
The 21-year-old Melnikova, competing in her fourth worlds, was second behind American Kyala di Cello after the vault competition, their first event. But she took the lead from the second event and never looked back, winning the first title of the tournament with a total of 56.632 points.
"I am very happy to win the title. I am the first Russian to win the world all-around title in 11 years, so this means a lot to me," said Melnikova, who was the bronze winner at the 2019 worlds.
Leanne Wong of the United States took the silver with 56.340 points and Di Cellos finished third with 54.566.
Melnikova was a member of the winning team of Russian Olympic Committee at the Tokyo Olympic Games. She also took two bronze medals from the all-around and floor events in Tokyo.
"After the Tokyo Olympic Games, I felt I still have strength left, so I decided to come to the World Championships," she said. "Maybe next year, I will take a break."
Melnikova's fellow Olympic team champion Urazova Vladislava finished fourth with 53.598 points.
China's Wei Xiaoyuan, the National Games all-around champion in September, fell off the uneven bars and settled for the sixth.
The 17-year-old Wei said she was a little nervous at her first international competition, but that she has learned a lot from her rivals.
"I believe I can do better in the uneven bars final the day after tomorrow," Wei said.
The men's all-around final will be held on Friday. Enditem