The number of cases of coronavirus in Russia has increased by 440 people, seven died

In recent days in Russia confirmed 440 new cases of coronavirus in 35 regions, recorded seven deaths. For the first time the diagnoses in the Kursk region and North Ossetia. The day Russia has fully recovered 69 people. This was reported on the website stopmanager.RF.

the Largest number of cases – 267 – reported in Moscow. In the second place, the Republic of Komi – 32 cases, the third – St. Petersburg (27 cases). In the Moscow region, noted 15 cases, in the Saratov region – 11, in the Vologda and Chelyabinsk regions – 7. In the Leningrad region, the Republic of Buryatia and Krasnoyarsk region recorded 6 cases in Tula region and Krasnodar region – 5, in Voronezh, Volgograd, Penza and Omsk region – 4 cases of infection.

In the Kursk and Tambov regions and in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug noted in 3 cases of infection, in the Bryansk and Ivanovo oblasts, Dagestan, North Ossetia and Kabardino-Balkaria – two case. The increase in the Vladimir, Lipetsk, Tver, Novosibirsk and Sakhalin regions, as well as in Chechnya, Bashkortostan, Mordovia, Altai, Primorsky and Khabarovsk territories made sick one.

Total to date in Russia was 2777 cases of coronavirus in 75 regions. For the entire period recorded 24 fatalities, recovered 190 people.

Chief epidemiologist, Ministry of health Nikolay Briko told RIA “news” that Russia is coming to the peak of the incidence of coronavirus. In his opinion, the number of cases will grow a few more days, and then begin to decline, including due to the “diverse and tough” measures taken by the authorities. According to him, like other respiratory viruses, coronavirus particularly active in the cold season and should go down in April and may.

the Russian regions after Moscow and the Moscow region began to enter the regime of self-isolation, ordering all citizens to stay home. On the street you can go for a hike to the nearest grocery store or pharmacy, walking Pets no further than 100 meters from the house, in case of direct threat of life, to receive emergency medical care.