Death toll of COVID-19 reaches a new mark: Russia
Death toll due to COVID-19, in Russia, has reached the highest since the beginning of the pandemic with 852 deaths recorded under 24 hours.
The past highest death toll in Russia was recorded four days prior, on September 24, when 828 expirations were enlisted. Kremlin representative, Dmitry Peskov recognized that the country has seen a major increase in the coronaviruses cases while addressing the media on Tuesday.
The top of Russia’s General Health watchdog Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, said last week:
“It was difficult to decide when cases would slow, with under 50 million Russians partially vaccinated. We have, let us say, 110-115 million grown-ups. Of them, approximately 47 million have gotten one dose. This is not even the half [of Russia’s grown-up population], so we have no grounds to say today that [infections] will stop.”
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Russia is one of the nations that have been gravely influenced by the pandemic. They have announced the seventh largest number of cases internationally, as per John Hopkins University information. It is presently fighting an overwhelming third influx of diseases. Altogether, the country has enlisted 7,464,708 cases across the nation, while the all out number of COVID-19 related death toll since the start of the pandemic currently remains at 205,531, as indicated by official sources.
Russia has managed to develop a few vaccines for the virus. However, the reason for the high death toll of Russia is that it is battling with industriously low inoculation rates – an issue brought about by undeniable degrees of aversion among its populace. A little more than a fourth of Russians have gotten the shot, contrasted with in excess of a half in the United States and 66% in the United Kingdom, as mentioned in the Our World in Data.
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