More than 20,000 cases of Kovid-19 seen in Russia in the last 24 hours

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According to a statement from the Russian Center for Coronavirus Infection Control and Prevention, 568 people have lost their lives in the past 24 hours, the “highest daily loss of life” since January 28. Thus, the number of deaths since the start of the epidemic has increased to 131 thousand 463.

With the detection of the virus in 20 thousand 182 people in the last 24 hours, the “highest” daily number of cases has been reached since January 24, and the total number of cases has risen to 5 million 388 thousand 695.

In Russia, where the treatment of 341,000,617 Kovid-19 patients continues, the number of recoveries increased by 13,000,505 to 4 million 915,000,615.

In the capital Moscow, the number of cases has increased by 8,000,598 in the past 24 hours to 1,315,000,841, and the number of people losing their lives has risen from 92 to 21,000,778.


In Russia, the first case of Kovid-19 was recorded on January 31, 2020, and the first death from the virus was recorded on March 19, 2020.

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The daily number of cases, which was below 10,000 in late May and early June, rose to over 10,000 on June 9.

With a big jump in no time, the number of daily cases was recorded at 14,000,723 on June 14 and 17,000,906 on June 19.


With the increase in the number of cases of the epidemic, measures against Kovid-19 were again put into practice in many regions of Russia.

In Moscow, where the measures have been tightened, those who have been vaccinated, survived the epidemic in 6 months and passed a Kovid-19 test in 72 hours will be able to go to restaurants and cafes. For this, vaccinated people can use the barcode system (QR code).

In the city, where football fan centers and dance areas are closed, entertainment and sporting events can be organized with the use of the barcode system (QR code), provided that they do not exceed not 500 people.

The mass vaccination process began on January 18 on instructions from President Vladimir Putin.

In densely populated cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg, 60 percent of people working in the public and service sectors needed to be vaccinated against Kovid-19.

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