Over the past day, 37,156 cases of coronavirus were detected in Russia.

At the same time, 36,004 people fully recovered, 1254 died from complications that developed against the background of COVID-19, and concomitant diseases.

This is the new daily maximum.

Over the entire period of observations in the Russian Federation, 9,257,068 cases of coronavirus were detected.

261 589 deaths were recorded, 7 956 254 people recovered.

1,905,409 people remain under medical supervision.

Over the past 24 hours, 3,371 new cases of COVID-19 infection have been identified in Moscow.

In St. Petersburg, there are 2,714 cases, in the Moscow region - 1,777.

A sharp increase in the number of cases continues in the Krasnodar Territory.

903 new cases of COVID-19 were detected per day.

As early as November 1, there were 286 new cases of coronavirus in the region, however, by the middle of the month, the growth of this indicator increased significantly.

On November 14, there were already 494 cases per day.

Reduction of morbidity in Moscow

According to the Moscow headquarters, 924 people were hospitalized in the capital per day, 95 patients died.

686 people are on mechanical ventilation in the capital's hospitals.

Anastasia Rakova, Moscow Deputy Mayor for Social Development, noted that since the end of non-working days, the incidence of coronavirus has dropped by 50%.

“The effect that we expected from the introduction of non-working days has been achieved.

It has been 10 days since the end of the non-working days.

The drop in incidence cumulatively over this period by 50%, hospitalizations by 45%, "- she said in an interview on the TV channel" Russia 24 ".

Rakova noted that to date, 1,400 beds have been vacated in hospitals.

According to the deputy mayor, if this trend continues, a number of buildings of ordinary city hospitals will be able to return to normal work.

“Today, in terms of the rate of decrease in the incidence rate, Moscow ranks first in the country, and this cannot but rejoice us,” the deputy mayor noted.

At the same time, Rakova stressed that the situation with the coronavirus in Moscow could change at any time, so citizens should be vaccinated and take precautions.

According to her, in Moscow, 50% of the city's residents who had previously been vaccinated against coronavirus have already undergone revaccination against coronavirus.

Along with this, Rakova spoke about clinical studies of the Sputnik M vaccine for adolescents.

According to her, preliminary data indicate the safety of the drug.

400 adolescents have already received the first component of the vaccine as part of the research.

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“Already 700 children have undergone the necessary research, 400 of them have received the first component.

Then the second component will be introduced.

Only 3 thousand children are planning to take part in the study, ”Rakova said.

At the same time, she noted that during the spread of the delta strain, "children get sick much more seriously and more often." 

“If before hospitalization of a child was an extremely rare situation, now we hospitalize 25 to 30 children with COVID-19 every day.

These are already such significant figures, ”said Rakova.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health said that additional volumes of Sputnik Light and Sputnik V coronavirus vaccines were sent to the regions.

The department also made recommendations regarding the choice of a drug for vaccination of citizens over 60 years old.

"For people over the age of 60, experts recommend using a two-component vaccine" Gam-COVID-Vac "(" Sputnik V ") during primary vaccination, since due to the peculiarities of immunity in this age group, the use of the second component helps to form more reliable protection," - quoted by RIA Novosti Deputy Minister of Health of Russia Oleg Gridnev.

Awarding doctors

Earlier, Vladimir Putin signed an order on awarding certificates of honor and gratitude to 25 doctors from seven Russian regions for their contribution to the fight against coronavirus infection COVID-19.

The corresponding document was published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

“For their great contribution to the fight against coronavirus infection COVID-19, dedication shown in the performance of professional duty” four doctors from the Yaroslavl, Tomsk and Ryazan regions were awarded with certificates of honor of the President of Russia.

Gratitude was announced to 20 employees of medical institutions from Belgorod, Vladimir, Smolensk, Tomsk, Ryazan regions and Moscow.