On Tuesday, the anti-coronavirus crisis center reported that the number of COVID-19 cases in Russia increased by 9,373 in the past day, bringing the total tally to 22,525,882.
The previous day saw a recording of 10,310 daily cases.
Over the past day, 1,541 individuals were admitted to hospitals in Russia due to COVID-19, which marks a 152.6% increase from the previous day. The number of hospitalized patients increased in 74 regions, while in six other regions, the figure decreased. The situation remained unchanged in five regions. A day earlier, 610 people were rushed to hospitals.
Moscow’s COVID-19 cases surged by 1,092 over the past day versus 1,282 cases a day earlier, reaching 3,460,548, according to the anti-coronavirus crisis center. St. Petersburg’s COVID-19 cases increased by 1,226 over the past day versus 1,294 a day earlier, reaching 1,905,335.
Russia’s COVID-19 recoveries rose by 13,345 over the past day, reaching 21,873,518, the anti-coronavirus crisis center told reporters on Tuesday.
A day earlier some 8,593 patients recovered.
COVID-19 death toll
Russia’s COVID-19 death toll rose by 34 over the past day, reaching 396,899, the anti-coronavirus crisis center told reporters on Tuesday.
A day earlier 31 COVID-19 deaths were registered.
As the world continues to recover from the damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it has come to light that Coronavirus cases in Russia are unlikely to surge this spring. However, Russian virologists have said that the possibility of a COVID surge cannot be completely ruled out