Russia recorded a record nearly 1,000 cases of Corona virus

Russia recorded a record number of infections a day on 6/4. Photo: TASS.
Russia recorded a record number of infections a day on 6/4. Photo: TASS.

Russia has confirmed 954 more cases of corona virus in the past 24 hours, including 30 cases of children, bringing the country’s total to 6,343.

Forty-seven people died from the corona virus in Russia, according to the Moscow Times.

As of April 6, 49 more cases had reported cases. The virus has spread to almost 80/85 regions of Russia.

In total, 406 people have recovered in this country.

“In the past day, 51 people have been discharged from the hospital. Two more patients have died in the Moscow region and the Republic of Komi, ”according to a Russian state notice.

Russia has conducted more than 758,000 tests.

Most cases have been reported in Moscow. Among the new infections, about 85% are people under 65 years of age.

Since March 30, all 12 million capital residents have been ordered to stay home, with a few exceptions.

In Russia, about 200,000 people are being monitored for the new strain of coronary pneumonia. Over the weekend, President Vladimir Putin signed an executive order extending the working day to full pay until April 30.

“To ensure hygiene and epidemiology for people throughout the territory of the Russian Federation regarding the spread of the disease caused by the corona virus, according to Article 80 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation I decided on non-working days. The work will last from April 4 to April 30, 2020 with wages the same, ”Putin said in a speech on April 2.

The number of deaths in Spain is constantly decreasing

Meanwhile, the number of deaths due to Covid-19 of Spain decreased for the fourth consecutive day on 6/4. In the past 24 hours, the country had 637 deaths, the lowest figure in nearly two weeks.

The number of new infections is on the decline, up 3.3% in the past day compared with an increase of 24.8% on March 21. In total, Spain has 135,032 people positive for Covid-19, the second highest in the world. More than 40,000 patients have been discharged.

The Spanish government is studying how to relax the blockade order imposed from March 14 to April 25.

In total, more than 13,000 people die from the corona virus in this country, second only to Italy with about 16,000 cases.

New cases of Iran’s Covid-19 continue to decline

One of the largest commercial centers in Iran in Tehran was converted into a field hospital. Photo: Reuters.
One of the largest commercial centers in Iran in Tehran was converted into a field hospital. Photo: Reuters.

Iran entered Friday with a new record of new cases of corona virus, the government said on 6 April.

In a televised news conference, Iranian Ministry of Health spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour announced an additional 136 deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths from Covid-19 to 3,739.

Iran recorded 2,274 new infections in the past day, bringing the total number of new infections in the country to 60,500, behind the United States, Spain, Italy, Germany, France and China.

The number of infections in the day has been declining for the past six days, after Tehran peaked at 3,111 new infections on March 31.

“Due to the strengthening of the social divestment policy, we have recorded a decrease in new and slow cases in recent days. I hope the strictest compliance with these restrictions will help us enter the stage of disease control and prevention, ”Mr. Jahanpour said.

Iran announced its first cases of Covid-19 on February 19. So far, this is the Middle East country most severely affected by the pandemic.

In an effort to curb the spread of the virus, officials did not apply a blockade of the entire population but placed restrictions such as shutting down unnecessary stores.

Globally, nearly 1,300,000 cases and more than 70,000 die from the corona virus.

Worldwide, the corona virus has infected more than 1,276,000 people. Nearly 70,000 deaths have been recorded so far.

Source: https://behecare.com/

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