Russia logs 15,830 new COVID-19 cases

A total of 15,830 individuals have been exposed to the Covid-19 virus over the past twenty-four hours, further bringing the tally of confirmed cases in Russia due to the viral infection to 10,665,679 cases, the anti-coronavirus centre reports on Monday, January 10, 2022.

As per the crisis centre, the rate of infection of the positive cases now stands at 0.5 percent.

Further, a total of 1419 new cases have been reported in St.Petersburg. Moreover, Moscow has recorded 1197 people confirmed the Covid-19 pandemic. It is followed by Scerdlovsk, which have recorded 371 infections in the past 24 hours, on the other hand, the Rostov region has confirmed 355 cases of the Covid-19 viral infection.

A total of 642,973 people are still staying in the hospital facilities and getting treated.

Moreover, the number of patients who have succumbed to the contagious mutant is 741, on the other hand, 763 deaths have been reported due to the Covid-19 yesterday.

As per the report of the crisis centre, the fatality rate of Russia now stands at 2.9 percent due to the Covid-19 pandemic and its new variant called Omicron.

As per the status of recovery, a total of 19,899 people have been discharged from the hospital facilities over the past twenty four hours. Moreover, with the emerging of new recoveries, the number of discharged patients from the hospital facilities now reach 9706,802.

The anti-coronavirus centre informed that the rate of recoveries from the deadly viral infection in Russia of the total confirmed cases of the Covid-19 in the country stands at 91 percent.

 

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