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Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of January 25

Coronavirus in the Far East: information on the morning of January 25
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To date, 3 cases of COVID-719 have been identified in Russia. Over the past day, 400 people were infected. 

Since the beginning of the epidemic, 19 Russians have died from the outbreak of COVID-6, and 462 people died of COVID-19 per day. 

3 patients were discharged from hospitals, 131 recovered per day.


Coronavirus in the Amur Region

In the Amur region, 115 cases of COVID-19 were detected per day. The total number of cases since the beginning of the pandemic was 18.

16 patients recovered from coronavirus, 941 people recovered from the disease in a day.

Over the past 24 hours, one resident of the region died from coronavirus infection and its consequences, in total in the region COVID-19 caused the death of 131 people.

Coronavirus in Buryatia

In the republic, the total number of people infected with coronavirus infection has reached 29 people. Over the past day, the disease was diagnosed in another 519 local residents. 

Over the past 24 hours, 179 more residents of Buryatia have recovered from the disease, in total there are 26 872 people who have recovered in the republic.

Coronavirus infection has caused the death of two patients; since the beginning of the epidemic in the region, 649 people have died from this disease. 

Coronavirus in Jewish Autonomy

In the Jewish Autonomous Region, 4 cases of COVID-071 were recorded, during the day the diagnosis was confirmed in another 19 residents of the autonomy.

3 patients recovered completely, 636 people recovered per day.

Over the past day, one resident of the autonomy has died from COVID-19; in total, 100 people have died from this infection in the Jewish Autonomous Region.     

Coronavirus in the Transbaikal Territory 

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Transbaikalia, 32 local residents have contracted coronavirus infection. During the day, 957 new cases of COVID-217 were detected. 

Over the past day, 172 residents of the region have recovered. In total, 30 people have recovered from coronavirus infection in the region.

Three more Transbaikal residents have died from COVID-19 in the last 619 hours, in total XNUMX people have become victims of the virus in the region.

Coronavirus in the Kamchatka Territory

In Kamchatka, over the past day, 67 residents of the region were diagnosed with coronavirus infection. Taking into account the added cases of the disease, a total of 11 850 patients with COVID-19 were registered in the region. 

10 residents of the peninsula coped with the disease, 443 patients were discharged per day.

Over the past 24 hours, no one has died from coronavirus infection in Kamchatka; 83 residents of the peninsula have died from infection since the beginning of the epidemic.

Coronavirus in the Magadan Region

In Kolyma, 24 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded. The total number of cases of coronavirus infection in the region is 7 825 people.

Over the past day, 21 patients recovered, in total 19 residents of the region were able to defeat COVID-7 in the region.

No one has died from coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours in Kolyma, in total 19 local residents have died from COVID-82 and its consequences in the region.

Coronavirus in the Sakhalin Region

In the island region, 19 cases of COVID-071 were recorded. During the day, another 19 people became infected. 

16 126 Sakhalin residents have recovered from the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic. During the day, 169 patients were discharged with recovery.

Over the past 24 hours, no one has died from COVID-19 on the island; in total, 24 residents of the region have died from the coronavirus and its consequences.

Coronavirus in the Primorsky Territory

In Primorye, another 220 cases of coronavirus infection were detected. The total number of people infected in the region has reached 34. 

Over the past 24 hours, 130 people have recovered from the disease. In total, since the beginning of the epidemic, 26 residents of the region have been able to defeat the infection. 

Six Primorye residents died from COVID-19 in a day, a total of 488 people died in the region.

Coronavirus in the Khabarovsk Territory

Since the beginning of the pandemic, 42 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the region. During the day, the diagnosis was confirmed in 492 people.

Over the past day, 291 patients were able to cope with the disease; in total, 38 600 people were cured of the coronavirus in the region.

Over the past 24 hours, two people have died from COVID-19; since the beginning of the pandemic, this disease has caused the death of 238 residents of the region.         

Coronavirus in Yakutia

Over the past day, 138 new cases of COVID-19 were registered in Yakutia. The total number of cases reached 29 746 people.   

Over the past 24 hours, 180 residents of the region were able to defeat the disease, in total 26 recovered.

Over the past day, three people have died from COVID-19 and its consequences. The total number of deaths from coronavirus infection in the republic increased to 458.

Coronavirus in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

In the region, two new cases of COVID-19 were detected per day, the number of people infected with this infection in the district since the beginning of the epidemic has increased to 605.

Over the past 24 hours, two patients have recovered. In total, 543 people recovered in Chukotka.

During the day, no one died, and during the entire time of the pandemic in Chukotka, four local residents died.

March 2: current information on coronavirus in the Far East
Digest of regional events and latest statistics