Russia reports over 23,800 daily COVID-19 cases
Russia confirmed 23,811 COVID-19 cases over the past day, bringing the total case tally to 6,078,522, the anti-coronavirus crisis center told reporters on Friday.
The number of coronavirus cases in Russia grew by 0.39% in relative terms.
Moscow confirmed 3,425 COVID-19 cases over the past day. Some 1,965 COVID-19 cases were recorded in the Moscow Region, 1,940 in St. Petersburg, 536 in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, 492 in the Sverdlovsk Region and 491 in the Krasnoyarsk Region.
Currently, 476,222 people are undergoing treatment in Russia.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Moscow grew by 3,425 in the past 24 hours compared to 4,287 infections reported a day earlier. As many as 1,481,296 people in the Russian capital have been infected so far, the anti-coronavirus crisis center told reporters on Friday.
The relative growth rate stands at 0.32%.
The city reported 107 COVID-19 deaths, with fatalities rising to 24,898 (1.68% of those infected).
Meanwhile, another 7,010 patients recovered in the past 24 hours, with the number of recoveries reaching 1,319,555. Currently, 136,843 people in Moscow are still undergoing treatment.
The number of COVID-19 fatalities in Russia over the past 24 hours has increased by 795 compared to 796 the day before. In all, 152,296 patients died of the infection.
According to the crisis center, the provisional lethality of the disease (the final one can be determined only after the end of the epidemic) has increased to the level of 2.51%.
Over the past 24 hours, 68 fatalities were registered in St. Petersburg, 35 fatalities - in the Irkutsk Region, 28 - in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, 27 fatalities in the Krasnodar Region, 25 - in the Moscow Region, and 24 fatalities were recorded in the Perm Region.
Russia’s coronavirus recoveries grew by 22,547 in the past 24 hours. As many as 5,450,004 people have recovered by now.
According to the crisis center, recoveries currently stand at 86.7% of the total number of infections.
Another 2,102 patients recovered in the Moscow Region, 1,937 in St. Petersburg, 459 in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, 458 in the Sverdlovsk Region and 425 in Crimea.