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WorldRussiaCOVID-19 cases in Russia lowest in last 7 days

On Saturday, the federal operational headquarters for the battle against coronavirus told reporters that the number of verified coronavirus cases in Russia climbed by 27,434 per day to 10,186,823. As a result, Russia has reported less than 30,000 cases for the past seven days In percentage terms, the number of cases increased by 0.27 percent.

Every day, 2,283 new cases were discovered in Moscow, 1,997 in St. Petersburg, 1,683 in the Moscow region, 749 in Krasnodar, 655 in Krasnoyarsk, and 642 in Perm.


According to the letter from the headquarters, the number of so-called active cases, or patients who are currently being treated, has reduced to 938,377.

In Russia, the number of patients who have recovered from coronavirus infection has climbed by 38,041 per day to 8,952,266. According to the headquarters, the percentage of released patients has climbed to 87.9% of the total number of cases.

In Moscow, 2,936 individuals were got better every day, with 2,664 in the Moscow region, 2,348, 988 in the Nizhny Novgorod region, 984 in the Omsk region, and 961 in the Voronezh region.

The number of coronavirus-related deaths in Russia climbed by 1,076 per day to 296,180, up from 1,080 the day before.

For the second day in a row, the country has seen less than 1,100 deaths attributable to the coronavirus. The conditional fatality rate has risen to 2.91 percent, according to the headquarters (the exact figure will be established only after the epidemic is over).

Over the course of the day, 79 people died in Moscow, 71 in St. Petersburg, 54 in the Moscow area, 40 in the Voronezh region, and 35 in the Volgograd, Sverdlovsk, and Krasnoyarsk regions, respectively.


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