Sputnik Виталий Белоусов
The Russian health authorities announced, this evening, Saturday, that they had recorded 73 new deaths from the Corona virus in Moscow, compared to 77 cases in the data on Friday.
The Special Operations Center for Coronavirus Control in Moscow stated that the number of deaths in the city during the past 24 hours reached 73, bringing the total death toll from the pandemic to 10,913 people, compared to 10,840 in the previous statistics.
Moscow is witnessing a relatively stable Corona virus death index on a daily basis, as on December 22 the city had recorded 73 cases, on December 23, 76, on December 24, 74, and on December 25, 77.
Moscow is the largest epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak in Russia, as the city has so far recorded 779,584 confirmed infections, including 599,541 cases of recovery.
For weeks, the city has witnessed new increases in the injuries index, which reached 7480 in Saturday’s statistic, after this previous toll had fallen to less than 600.
This comes while Russia in general faces with the entry of the season of “winter diseases” a significant increase in indicators of the spread of the virus, and the health authorities announced in today’s data that they had recorded 29,258 cases with 567 deaths.
However, it is expected that the country will witness a gradual decline in these indicators after the authorities launched a mass vaccination campaign against the emerging corona virus “Covid-19” on December 10.