New coronavirus cases in Russia cross 100,000 for the first time

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New coronavirus cases in Russia cross 100,000 for the first time

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Covid-19 department The government recorded 113,112 new cases in the last 24 hours, nearly double the number of daily infections last week.

The number of coronavirus cases across Russia continues to grow exponentially. Most of these patients were infected with the Omicron strain.

After a strict nationwide lockdown for a while in the beginning of the outbreak. Russia has begun to relax measures. down to protect a weakening economy

However, with only four available vaccines, Russians are still reluctant to get vaccinated. As a result, in this country, less than half of the population is fully vaccinated.

According to Russian government data 330,111 people have died from the Covid-19 virus. Since the start of the outbreak Highest numbers in Europe

However, the figure was disputed by the Rosstat statistical office, which counts the number of deaths from coronavirus under a broader definition, and said the total death toll was nearly double the official figure.

On Friday (28), Rosstat said Russia's population fell by more than a million last year. An unprecedented drop after the collapse of the Soviet Union.