A Russia For the first time since the outbreak of the epidemic this Saturday (16) 1,000 deaths due to Kovid-19 have been surpassed within 24 hours, when the vaccination stagnated and there were no sanitary restrictions.
According to the government balance official balance, 1,002 deaths and 33,208 new cases were registered, two records for the third day in a row.
As of this Saturday, 31% of Russians have been fully vaccinated, according to the Gogov website, which collects Kovid-19 data from the region.
The lack of strict controls allowed the virus to spread uncontrollably, however the requirement for health passports with QR codes to enter public areas was re-established in many areas.
The Russian government has rejected key restrictions, despite assessing the country’s immunization rate as “unacceptably low”.
This week, the government announced that the authorities must ensure that the economy continues to function.
The government said Russia’s health care system was designed to accommodate the growing number of patients and had confirmed that it was not “overloaded”.
Authorities blamed the Russians for the spread of the epidemic.
Health Minister Mikhail Murashko criticized his “behavior” this week, while Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said everything was done to give Russians the opportunity to “get vaccinated and save their lives.”
Russia has developed its own Kovid-19 vaccine, Sputnik V, and the state has launched a vaccination campaign that has had a limited echo in suspicious populations.
Independent opinion polls show that more than half of Russians do not plan to be vaccinated.
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Russia registered until this Saturday 222,315 people died due to Kovid-19, The highest number in Europe, but the authorities are accused of underestimating the numbers.
Based on the broader definition of deaths related to the virus, the statistics agency Rossstat said on Friday that by the end of August, more than 400,000 people had died from the epidemic in Russia.
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