Coronavirus Death Toll in Russia Reaches 119,600


The anti-coronavirus crisis center in Russia reported 406 coronavirus deaths in the last 24 hours, the highest daily total since March 31, TASS reports. The dead toll has risen to 119,600.

According to the crisis center’s data, 2.38 percent of coronavirus patients in Russia have perished. In the preceding day, there were 39 deaths in St. Petersburg, 17 in the Nizhny Novgorod area, 15 in the Samara area, 14 in the Rostov area, and 12 in the Sverdlovsk area.

Over the last day, Russia verified 8,373 COVID-19 cases, increasing the total number of cases to 5,026,168. In relative terms, the number of COVID-19 cases in the country increased by 0.17 percent.

According to TASS estimates, Russia’s coronavirus spread rate has dropped for the fourth day in a row, to 0.97 in the last 24 hours. In six of the 10 Russian areas with the most COVID-19 cases, the coronavirus spread rate remains below one.

The Republic of Altai (0.01 percent), the Tuva Republic, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and North Ossetia had the lowest growth rates during the last day (0.04 percent ).

Specifically, 2,416 COVID-19 instances were reported in Moscow, 839 in St. Petersburg, 744 in the Moscow Region, 185 in the Rostov Region, and 147 in the Voronezh and Nizhny Novgorod Regions over the preceding day.

The number of patients who have recovered from the coronavirus in Russia has increased by 9,135 in the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 4,642,090. According to the crisis center, the number of patients who have recovered has topped 92.3 percent of the total number of persons who have been affected.

In Russia, 264,478 persons are currently getting therapy.