MOSCOW, February 23 / TASS /. The number of people infected with coronavirus in Russia per day increased by 11,823, this is at least number of new cases since October 8.
The total number of infected has reached 4.1 mln, the federal operational headquarters for the fight against the new disease told reporters on Tuesday. In relative terms, the increase in new cases, according to the headquarters, was 0.3%.
The lowest growth rates were recorded per day in the Republic of Tuva (0.04%) and Magadan Region (0.06%).
In particular, 913 cases of infection were detected per day in St. Petersburg, 732 in the Moscow region, 409 in the Nizhny Novgorod region, 309 in the Rostov region, 302 in the Voronezh region. Currently, 365,762 people continuing treatment in Russia from COVID-19.
Situation in Moscow
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Moscow increased by 1,198 in the past 24 hours.
This is the first time since September 24 that this number of new cases was registered.
In total, 970,755 cases have been identified in the capital since the beginning of the pandemic, the federal anti-crisis center said. The increase in new cases, according to the headquarters, was 0.12%. A day earlier, 1,723 cases of infection were identified. Due to the coronavirus, 49 patients died in 24 hours, a total of 14,831 deaths were registered in the capital.
Also, 1,364 patients were discharged in 24 hours in Moscow after having made full recovery. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 887 637 people have gotten better. Currently, 68,287 there are people are ill in the capital.
Russia has documented 12,956 recoveries from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, with the overall number of recoveries reaching 3,739,344.
The share of recovered patients reaches 89.3% of the total number of registered cases.
In particular, 1,723 patients were discharged per day after recovery in St. Petersburg, 502 in the Moscow region, 482 in the Penza region, 351 in the Nizhny Novgorod region, 314 in the Rostov region.
Russia’s coronavirus deaths rose by 417 in the past day versus 337 a day earlier, and the total death toll reached 84,047 patients.
The average mortality rate rose to 2.01%, according to the crisis center. In particular, 41 deaths were recorded per day in St. Petersburg, 33 in the Moscow region, 20 in the Voronezh region, 16 in the Krasnodar region, 11 in both the Tula region and the Krasnoyarsk region.