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Two Far East regions became anti-leaders on the situation with COVID-19 in Russia

Two Far East regions became anti-leaders on the situation with COVID-19 in Russia
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The most difficult situation and negative dynamics for coronavirus infection persists in the Jewish Autonomous Region and in Chukotka, the expert said. The situation in the country as a whole is improving.

According to RIA Novosti, citing expert on statistics and modeling at the Center for Economic Research Aghasi Tavadyan, Russia has overcome the plateau in terms of COVID-19 infection. In most regions, he assessed the situation as "stable and positive." The scientist conducted his analysis on the basis of official statistics.

The best dynamics for the extinction of the pandemic in Moscow, the Pskov region, Khakassia, the Altai Republic, Komi, as well as in the Moscow region, Crimea, Tyva, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug and Adygea. According to the expert, 68 out of 85 constituent entities of Russia are in the positively stable zone of extinction of the disease. At the same time, the most difficult situation and negative dynamics, according to him, persists in three regions - in the Kostroma region, the Jewish Autonomous Region and in Chukotka.

Tavadyan also noted that an improvement may soon begin sharply, but vaccination, even taking into account its massive start, is progressing more slowly than the virus spreads. Earlier, Ancha Baranova, Chief Researcher at the Medical Genetic Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, called age limit for vaccination against COVID-19.

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