Russia’s Daily Coronavirus Cases Falls below 21,000 for the First Time since June

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The number of coronavirus cases in Russia increased by 20,765 in the last 24 hours, reaching 6,621,601, according to the anti-coronavirus crisis center on Monday, according to TASS. For the first time since June 29, when 20,616 cases were detected, the number of new daily cases dipped below 21,000 for the first time.

The coronavirus growth rate was 0.31 percent, according to crisis center statistics.

In the last day, 1,489 instances were recorded in Moscow, 1,383 in St. Petersburg, 1,362 in the Moscow area, 529 in Sverdlovsk, and 528 in Nizhny Novgorod.

The number of active coronavirus infections in Russia has risen to 550,379, the most since January 13.

In the last 24 hours, Moscow registered 1,489 coronavirus infections, the lowest amount since March 31.

The total number of instances is 1,543,648. According to crisis center statistics, the coronavirus growth rate in Moscow was 0.1 percent. On Sunday, 1,954 instances were verified in the city.

In the last day, the city’s coronavirus death toll grew by 54 to 26,651, while recoveries jumped by 2,152 to 1,412,329.

In Moscow, there are presently 104,668 active coronavirus cases.

The number of coronavirus-related fatalities in Russia increased by 806 in the last 24 hours, from 816 the previous day, to 171,305.

As a result, the daily number of COVID-19 fatalities in Russia has surpassed 800 for the fifth day in a row.

The preliminary mortality rate has climbed to 2.59 percent.

Moscow had the highest number of deaths with 54, followed by St. Petersburg (44), the Irkutsk Region (34) and the Krasnodar Region (34) (33).

Coronavirus recoveries in Russia increased by 15,601 in the last 24 hours to 5,899,917, according to the anti-coronavirus crisis center on Monday.

According to crisis center statistics, 89.1 percent of coronavirus patients in Russia have recovered.

On instance, in the last day, 2,152 recoveries were recorded in Moscow, 1,794 in St. Petersburg, 1,530 in the Moscow area, and 510 in the Krasnoyarsk region.