Thursday, December 2, 2021
Several Russian districts are experiencing medical oxygen shortages as a result of an increase in Covid-19 cases, according to physicians, oxygen providers, and authorities interviewed by The Moscow Times. As the nation continues to hit consecutive daily mortality records and has gone into partial lockdown to combat the infection, hospitals...
The European Union's medicines authority will not approve Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine until at least the first months of 2022, Reuters writes citing unidentified sources. Russia has been keen to get international approval for Sputnik V, which Moscow claims is the world's first Covid-19 vaccine. The approval of Sputnik...
President Vladimir Putin stated during a meeting with members of the Russian administration that the period from October 30 to November 7 would be non-working days due to the epidemic. He further said that, if required, this action may be expanded or implemented as early as October 23 in...
SberMarket, a food and commodities delivery service, will supply over-the-counter medications, medical equipment, and items, according to the company's press department. Customers may make an order at any of the Erkafarm group of businesses' pharmacies, including Samson Pharma, Doctor Stoletov, Ozerki, Superatepteka, and others. Sbermarket currently offers over 8000 items...
On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and cabinet officials will debate a plan to proclaim non-working days from October 30 to November 7 as part of the coronavirus battle. Yesterday, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin directed that individuals over the age of 60 and those suffering from chronic illnesses remain...
Due to the coronavirus, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin imposed additional limitations. They are related to the home regime for elderly people, the relocation of certain employees to remote employment, and the increase of the need for vaccines among service personnel, Kommersant writes. The mayor went on to say that almost...
The anti-coronavirus crisis center said on Sunday that 34,303 new cases of coronavirus had been discovered in Russia over the previous day. Since the commencement of the COVID-19 outbreak in Russia, 7,992,687 cases have been detected in 85 areas, Izvestia reports. The day prior, the headquarters stated that Russia's coronavirus herd immunity was...
Due to a lack of funding, the anti-coronavirus vaccine in the form of a nasal spray produced by Russia's Gamaleya Center has yet to reach stage two of clinical testing, according to the center's chief Alexander Gintsburg. The studies have been approved, but they have yet to begin, according to Gintsburg,...
In Russia, 33,208 coronavirus infections were reported throughout the day. This is up 3.14 percent from yesterday's (32,196), and it's also a new high, Kommersant reports. The overall number of instances reached 7,958,384 this time. In total, 21,883 individuals were rescued during the day, for a total of 6,981,907. A total...
According to a press statement from the anti-coronavirus crisis center, as of October 15, the first component had been administered to 51 million people, and the complete cycle had been administered to 47.5 million people, RIA reported. Currently, herd immunity is believed to be at 45% in Russia. Furthermore, herd immunity...