According to official figures, 107 deaths have been reported in the last 24 hours. Russia has been hit hard by the Delta diversity.
St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city, hosts the tournament Euro 2020, The highest daily death toll from the corona virus in the country since the outbreak began on Saturday. According to official figures, the former imperial capital has recorded 107 deaths in the last 24 hours, more than any other city in the country since the virus first appeared, according to Russian news agencies. The popular tourist city of St. Petersburg hosts a total of seven euro football matches. There is one more game in the city, a quarter-final next Friday, possible with France if they beat Switzerland on Monday.
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Russia recorded a total of 21,665 new infections on Saturday, the first since January, as the country has been hit hard. By delta variation. In addition to St. Petersburg, the capital, Moscow, and its region have been hit hard in recent weeks. The daily death toll across the country was 619 on Saturday, bringing the total to 132,683 since the outbreak began, according to official figures. Rossstadt, a statistical firm with a broad definition of deaths associated with Govt, estimates approximately 270,000 deaths between the onset of the epidemic and the end of April 2021.
«To prevent infection, one thing is essential: massive and rapid vaccinations. No one has found another solution“, Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sofiani toured on television on Saturday.”To basically solve this problem, you need to be vaccinated or imprisoned“, He added.
Moscow has in recent weeks reintroduced control measures such as the return of compulsory delivery to some employees, compulsory vaccination of employees in the service sector or the creation of health passes to go to restaurants. Public imprisonment is not as expected as it was in the spring of 2020.
Despite repeated calls from President Vladimir Putin, the vaccination campaign has lagged behind in Russia since December amid widespread public distrust. According to figures released by the Kokov site on Friday, only 21.2 million of the 146 million people received at least one dose, which collects data from regions and the media due to the lack of official national statistics.
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