MOSCOW, 27 Jun – RIA Novosti. All known cases of infection COVID-19 in the Russian Jewish community was in Moscow – said the press service of the Federation of Jewish communities of Russia (FJC).

Earlier in the FJC reported RIA Novosti that the Russian Jewish community have recorded about 50 cases of hospitalization with a diagnosis of COVID-19.

“That’s all (cases COVID-19) applies to Moscow, information about patients among the parishioners in other cities of Russia”, – said the President of the FJC Rabbi Alexander Boroda, quoted by the press service of the Federation.

According to him, 10 people remain in hospitals, including on the ventilator. Also the FJC monitors the condition of 25 patients who are being treated at home, but not all of them confirmed the diagnosis COVID-19.

“Two patients who transferred the virus in a critically severe form, completely removed from the ventilator and on the mend: one already discharged, the other expects to be discharged from the hospital this week,” concluded Beard.