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Russia’s daily COVID-19 cases cross 30,000 for first time since mid-March

/ 05:54 PM August 17, 2022
Russia’s daily COVID-19 cases cross 30,000 for first time since mid-March

A medical specialist takes care of a patient at the City Clinical Hospital Number 52, where people suffering from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) are treated, in Moscow, Russia October 21, 2021. REUTERS FILE PHOTO

MOSCOW — Russia reported 33,106 new daily coronavirus cases on Wednesday, authorities said, the highest figure since mid-March this year.

Sixty-three people in Russia died of coronavirus over the past day, the country’s taskforce against the virus said.

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Russia said in early July that it was ending all restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19, including the requirement to wear masks, citing a steady decline in deaths from the virus.

However, it did not rule out re-introducing restrictive measures if the situation deteriorates.

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