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The Number of Coronavirus Infected in Russia Exceeded 700 Thousand
8.07.2020 14:48
The Number of Coronavirus Infected in Russia Exceeded 700 Thousand

Over the last day in Russia, 6562 new cases of infection with the coronavirus COVID-19 were detected in 84 regions. The day before, the increase was 6368. The total number of people infected in the country reached 700,792.

      Over the past day, 173 infected people in the country died. The total number of fatal outcomes was 10 667.

      Regions with the highest daily gain of infected:

      Moscow - 621 (total 226 795),

      St. Petersburg - 295 (26 389),

      Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug - 268 (11,141),

      Sverdlovsk Region - 263 (14,792),

      Irkutsk region - 240 (9225).

      On July 4, the number of people infected with coronavirus in the world exceeded 11 million. Most cases were recorded in the USA (2.9 million), Brazil (1.6 million), India (742 thousand). Russia takes the fourth place.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian regions coronavirus    

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