Press Secretary of the Russian President: Data on the Incidence of COVID-19 in Russia are Regularly Published
OREANDA-NEWS. The Kremlin does not believe that information about the incidence of coronavirus in Russia is somehow hidden: the data are published regularly, the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
“We do not agree that the epidemic is closed, data on both Russia and the main cities, data on deaths, data on newly ill, on recovered are regularly published. As for QR codes, then again, I am here I can’t say anything, this is not our hypostasis at all. If I understand correctly, then, in my opinion, Rospotrebnadzor provided explanations on this particular situation, "Peskov said in response to a request to comment on the information that appeared in the media about that in QR codes with certificates of vaccination against coronavirus, data on the statistics of morbidity are encrypted, allegedly exceeding official information.
So, over the past day in Russia, 23,704 cases of COVID-19 were detected, follows from the data of the operational headquarters.
The day before, 23,770 people were reported infected. The growth rate continues to decline - from 0.40 to 0.39 percent. 783 people died, 22 584 were discharged after treatment.
One in ten of those infected has no symptoms. Most of all new cases were registered in Moscow - 3254 (the day before it was 3188), Moscow region - 2161, St. Petersburg - 1939, Nizhny Novgorod region - 537, Krasnoyarsk region - 499, Sverdlovsk region - 489, Voronezh region - 463, Perm region - 413 , Crimea - 404.
The minimum rate was noted in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug - 14 cases, and in Chukotka there are 23.
In total, during the pandemic in Russia, 6,030,240 people were infected with the coronavirus, of which 150,705 died, 5,404,797 patients were cured.