Russia logs 33,899 COVID-19 cases, 698 deaths

A total of 33,899 people have been exposed to the Covid-19 virus over the past 24 hours in Russia on Wednesday, January 19, 2022. As per the federal response centre, with the emergence of new confirmed cases, the tally of the confirmed cases due to the deadly virus further rose to 10,899,411.

The number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus have been witnessed a rapid increase as of Tuesday, January 18, 2022; the toll of the cases which have confirmed the contagious mutant stood at 31,252; on the other hand, its tally was at 30,726 on Monday, January 17, 2022.

Over the past 24 hours, the capital of Russia, called Moscow, logged the highest number of cases of novel coronavirus across the country, with a total of 8,795 infections. It is further followed by St Petersburg, which confirmed 4,382 cases of deadly viral infection. After that, with the infection 2,626 Moscow region stands at the third number.

As per the reports, a total of 698 people have lost their lives due to viral illness over the past 24 hours. Moreover, with the new deaths reported in the country, the total number of fatalities has reached the toll of 323,376.

As per the status of recovery of the patients from COVID-19 viral infection, a total of 24,564 people have been discharged from the hospital facilities over the past 24 hours and get recovered from the contagious mutant. So, the total number of patients who have been recovered from the hospital facilities are 9,902,935. Moreover, the rate of recoveries from the novel coronavirus in Russia is 91.1 percent of the total COVID-19 cases tally in the country.

Further, the total of patients who have recovered from the hospital facilities in St. Petersburg is 2,441 over the past 24 hours. It is followed by Moscow, which has recorded 1,838 recoveries from the novel coronavirus.

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