In Russia, over the past 24 hours, 25,082 new cases of coronavirus infection were detected, of which the largest number was in Moscow (5694), the Moscow region (2487) and St. Petersburg (1978).

According to the operational headquarters for combating the spread of coronavirus, 1,610 people were hospitalized in the capital during this time.

"There are 645 people on the ventilator," the headquarters said.

Over the past 24 hours, 17,750 people with coronavirus have recovered in the country, 752 patients have died.

In total, 5,758,300 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in the country since the beginning of the pandemic, 5,182,837 patients have recovered over the entire time.

142,253 people died from complications against the background of coronavirus and concomitant diseases.

According to Rospotrebnadzor, over 154.9 million laboratory tests for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus have been performed in the country.

At the same time, the vaccine against coronavirus infection "KoviVac", developed by the M.P.


This was reported on the website of the capital's mayor.

“On July 10, the KoviVac vaccine was delivered to 14 Healthy Moscow pavilions.

You can get vaccinated for free without an appointment, ”the message says.

It is specified that the amount of vaccine at each point is limited - no more than 850 doses.

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You can vaccinate with the drug in the pavilions located in the Festival Park, Gorky Park, the park near the prefecture of the Northern Administrative District, the Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, the Olympic Village Park, the park on Druzhba Street, the Perovsky Park, the Tyoply Stan landscape reserve, the park near the cultural the center "Inspiration", the park of the 50th anniversary of October, the park named after the 850th anniversary of Moscow, the Dusseldorf park, the park "Northern Tushino", the Goncharovsky park.

Recall that the Russians are also available vaccines against the coronavirus "Sputnik V" center.

Gamaleya, "EpiVacCorona" of the Novosibirsk center "Vector", as well as a single-component vaccine "Sputnik Light".

On the eve of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said that the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection in the capital remains extremely difficult.

He told about this on the air of the TV channel "Russia 1".

According to him, people are often asymptomatic, and the course of the disease is initially disguised as ARVI and minor respiratory diseases.

“Then there is a sharp deterioration.

Therefore, despite the external improvement of the situation, it remains extremely difficult, difficult and for many deadly, ”he said.

Sobyanin urged residents of the city to take care of themselves, comply with the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor and get vaccinated.

In addition, the mayor warned organizations that do not comply with the requirements for vaccination of 60% of employees that if the epidemiological situation worsens, they will be hit first.

“There will be no maximum vaccination, there will be no normal work.

The first blow that will come is precisely at the enterprises that are included in the scope of compulsory vaccination: trade, services, catering, restaurants and cafes.

If they themselves do not organize and do not want to do it, then what is the outcome?

Lockdown, complete closure.

We are trying to avoid this, and at a high cost, "- quotes the words of the mayor of RIA Novosti.

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In turn, the governor of the Moscow region, Andrei Vorobyov, expressed the opinion that the situation with the coronavirus in the region has stabilized, and there is no need to introduce new restrictions.

“We will definitely avoid restrictions with such vaccination.

The main thing is that this ill-fated coronavirus does not mutate further, ”Vorobyov said.

At the same time, he stressed that the stabilization of the situation does not mean that the threat can be taken lightly.

Meanwhile, the chief physician of the City Clinical Hospital No. 67 named after

L.A. Vorokhobova Andrei Shkoda, in an interview with representatives of the portal, which officially covers the situation with COVID-19 in Russia, said that citizens who have been vaccinated do not go to intensive care in case of illness.

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He emphasized that there are no vaccinated patients in the intensive care units and intensive care units.

“Those patients who are in the intensive care unit are extremely difficult patients.

They are not vaccinated.

If they had been vaccinated, they would never have ended up in the intensive care unit, ”the doctor explained.

QR Codes Offer

Boris Titov, Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs of Russia, proposed issuing QR codes after receiving the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

He argued that in order to encourage vaccination, "an immediate effect on humans is important now."

In addition, he suggested that such a measure could help the restaurant and hotel business, as well as enable the Russians to go on vacation.

Recall that from June 28 in Moscow, only those who show a QR code indicating that a citizen has been vaccinated against coronavirus (both components), has had COVID-19 in the last six months, or has a negative PCR test no older than three days can visit catering establishments in Moscow ...

Fines for unvaccinated tourists in the Krasnodar Territory

In the meantime, the authorities of the Krasnodar Territory warned that from August 1, tourists who came to the resorts of the region without a vaccination certificate and who did not get vaccinated within three days from the moment of arrival, face a fine of up to 30 thousand rubles in accordance with Art.

20.6.1 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation on non-compliance with the rules of conduct in an emergency or the threat of its occurrence.

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We will remind, on the eve of Kondratyev said that in the region from the beginning of August they will accept tourists who are ready to be vaccinated upon arrival. 

“Together with Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova, we made a decision: from August 1 it will be possible to come to the resorts of the region with a negative PCR test, but vacationers will have to be vaccinated within three days from the day of arrival,” he said.

Kondratyev also promised that the holidaymakers will be provided with drugs, for this the Kuban authorities have already sent a letter to the federal authorities with a request to allocate an additional 300 thousand doses to the region.