On Monday, January 24, 2022, a total of 65,109 people were exposed to the novel coronavirus in Russia over the past 24 hours, as per the report of the anti-coronavirus crisis centre.
With the emergence of new cases in the country, the total number of confirmed cases due to the deadly virus rose to 11,173,300, and its coronavirus growth rate stood at 0.59 percent.
Over the past 24 hours, a total of 5,970 people have been admitted to the hospital facilities due to their critical condition with the COVID-19 virus. As per the reports, the rate of admissions of the patients in the hospital facilities has dropped to 3.9 percent.
As per the crisis centre, the rate of the hospitalisations of the patients has been declined in 49 regions, while it faced hiked in 34 regions. As compared to the rate of the admission of the patients in the hospital facilities were remained unchanged in another two regions.
As per the status of fatalities in the country, a total of 655 people have lost their lives due to the novel coronavirus in Russia over the past 24 hours, stated by the anti coronavirus crisis centre on Monday.
With the outbreak of the new fatalities in the country, the toll of the death due to the COVID-19 viral infection rose to 326,767 since the pandemic has emerged in Russia.
On Sunday, January 23, 2022, a total of 679 patients have succumbed to the deadly virus, which refers to the decrement in fatalities over the past 24 hours.
As per the death rate in Russia, 2.92 percent of the total patients have lost their lives due to the novel coronavirus.
Further, the number of people who have recovered from deadly viral infection in Russia over the past 24 hours stood at 21,714. With the new recoveries in the country, the total of the recovery now rose to 10,045,336 as this current toll suggest the number of patients who have been discharged from the deadly viral infection.
So, in Russia, the recovery rate against the COVID-19 virus stood at 89.9 percent.
The Russian made vaccination called Sputnik V came out as effective against the new strain of the novel coronavirus called Omicron as per the new study. Russian health Ministry also claimed that it would give better results as compared to any other vaccine present across the globe against the new variant of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The health ministry of the country also informed that they had provided free shipments of the Sputnik V vaccine to various countries such as South Africa. Moreover, Australia has also considered the SputnikV vaccine and mandated that travellers should administer the vaccine against the COVID-19 while visiting Australia.