Russia Records 9,289 Coronavirus Cases in Past Day

The federal anti-coronavirus crisis center notified reporters on Saturday that Russia has registered 9,289 instances of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, marking an increase in the overall case count to 5,053,748.

The daily relative rise rate was 0.18 percent, TASS reports citing the anti-coronavirus center.

3,241 COVID-19 instances have been reported in Moscow, 846 in St. Petersburg, 750 in the Moscow Region, 180 in the Rostov Region, 149 in the Nizhny Novgorod Region, and 148 in the Voronezh Region in the last 24 hours.

In Russia, there are now 262,457 active COVID-19 cases.

COVID-19 has claimed the lives of 401 people in Russia in the last 24 hours, up from 404 the day before, bringing the total death toll to 120,807.

According to the statistics supplied by the center, the preliminary fatality rate has maintained at 2.39 percent.

There have been 61 COVID-19 deaths in Moscow, 41 in St. Petersburg, 18 in the Rostov Region, 15 in Samara, 13 in Voronezh, and 12 each in Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, and Krasnodar in the last 24 hours.

In the last 24 hours, Russia has recorded 9,250 COVID-19 recoveries, increasing the total number of recoveries to 4,670,484. The percentage of recovered patients has stayed constant at 92.4 percent of all cases.

In the last 24 hours, 2,911 patients in Moscow, 1,248 in St. Petersburg, 697 in Moscow Region, 182 in Saratov Region, 150 in Rostov Region, and 141 in Voronezh Region had recovered.

In the last 24 hours, Moscow has recorded 3,241 COVID-19 instances. In the Russian capital, the total number of cases has risen to 1,173,637. The rate of relative daily gain has risen to 0.28 percent. In Moscow, 3,274 COVID-19 instances had been verified the day before.

Moscow has recorded 61 fatalities from the new coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total death toll to 20,001.

In the meanwhile, 2,911 people have recovered in the last 24 hours, for a total of 1,058,041 patients in Moscow. In the Russian capital, 95,595 COVID-19 instances are now active.