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WHO believes in Russian coronavirus mortality statistics

WHO believes in Russian coronavirus mortality statistics
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In Russia, 11% of the population were tested for coronavirus. This was stated by the representative of WHO, Melita Vujnovic, and added that the mortality statistics in the country are real. 

According to TASSThus, the World Health Organization commented on the statements of the Western media about the allegedly low mortality rates from COVID-19 in Russia. Vujnovich added that the country has significantly expanded the coverage of population testing, which makes it possible to assess the real situation with coronavirus. 

The WHO noted that they have no complaints about the statistics of any country. In Russia, 561 091 cases of COVID-19 are currently registered, 7 660 people have died, 313 963 have recovered. 
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