16,521 new cases of coronavirus were detected in Russia per day.

A day earlier, the same figure reached 17,340 cases.

Cumulatively, 1,497,167 cases (+ 1.1%) of coronavirus infection were detected in 85 regions.

Since the beginning of the epidemic in Russia, 1,130,818 people (75.53%) have recovered, including 11,567 in the last day.

At the same time, 25,821 people (1.72%) died from complications that developed against the background of COVID-19 and concomitant diseases.

During the day, 296 deaths were recorded.

According to Rospotrebnadzor, over the entire period, more than 56.7 million laboratory tests were carried out for a new type of coronavirus infection, including 564 thousand in the last 24 hours.

344,498 people remain under medical supervision.

The largest number of COVID-19 cases is still recorded in Moscow.

During the day, 5,478 infected people were detected in the city, in the preceding 24 hours - 4,413 patients with coronavirus.

According to the data of the capital's operational headquarters, 1,339 patients were hospitalized per day.

There are 299 people on ventilators in Moscow hospitals.

Earlier, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that there is no longer an explosive increase in the incidence of COVID-19 in Moscow.

According to the mayor, the epidemic is slowing down, the growth rate is slowing down.

“According to the dynamics of the disease, the dynamics of hospitalizations, the dynamics of the growth of covid pneumonia, and a number of other indicators, we see that this dynamics is decreasing from week to week.

For a number of indicators, it was in the region of 50-60%, then 30%, in the last week it was 15%.

This week, I hope, it will not be longer, ”the mayor said on the air of the Russia 1 TV channel.

According to him, the current situation gives hope that the peak incidence and plateau are approaching.

The mayor also pointed out that the introduction of new restrictive measures in the city is not necessary.

“Strict compliance with the measures that have already been taken is required,” Sobyanin stressed.

At the same time, the mayor admitted that the restrictions in force in the city had an effect on the economy, but not as noticeable as it was in the spring.

Sobyanin noted that not a single sector of the economy is currently closed.

“We took measures that put minimal pressure on the economy, but it’s impossible to say that this does not affect at all, because we see: people began to go to cinemas, theaters, public catering and so on less, traffic in the city is slowing down,” he explained the mayor.

Recall that at present, Moscow has suspended free travel on public transport for citizens over 65 and students in grades 6-11, who are also transferred to distance learning.

Along with this, city employers are required to transfer up to 30% of employees to remote work.

In addition, the sale of tickets to cinema, theaters and museums is carried out only via the Internet.

Nightclub visitors must register their number using a QR code or SMS.

On the eve of the Moscow authorities published data on mortality from COVID-19 in September.

According to this information, 11,159 deaths were recorded in the past month, which is 1,441 more than in September 2019.

"COVID-19 was noted as the main or co-cause of death in 1,569 cases, which justifies 92% of all excess deaths in September," the message says.

It is noted that 543 people died from coronavirus as the main cause, which is 112 more than in August, but almost three times less than in June, when this figure was 1,605 deaths.

The Department of Health of the capital noted that the coronavirus infection exacerbates other diseases that can lead to death.

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"The mortality rate from coronavirus in Moscow for the entire period of the epidemic is 2.32%, if we take into account only cases where the coronavirus was the main cause, 5%, if we take into account all cases where covid acted as the main or concomitant disease," message.

The Rospotrebnadzor suggested that the decline in the incidence of coronavirus infection in Russia will occur in February-March 2021.

As the deputy director for scientific work of the Central Research Institute of Epidemiology of Rospotrebnadzor, Alexander Gorelov, said, usually from the beginning of the rise in the incidence rate, the maximum growth is expected for 28 days, which is equivalent to two incubation periods.

Gorelov indicated that at this time "stabilization of the process" will come, but the virus "will still spread."

“After that, there will be a steady decline, as we saw in the spring after May 11.

Most likely, this is February-March, when we will enter the decline phase, ”the scientist said.