COVID-19 cases in Russia surpass 100,000 amid record daily rise

The numbers of the confirmed cases of the Covid-19 pandemic infections in Russia surpassed 100,000 as the daily cases are continually on the rise. 
According to the latest reports, Russia recorded a drastic increase of daily virus infections unseen in previous days, with the number of fresh cases surging above 7,000 this Thursday. The nationwide tally of coronavirus patients now stands at over 106,000.

In the past 24 hours 7,099 more people tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the government’s emergency response team revealed. Over half of these cases were located in Moscow and the surrounding region; Russia’s second-largest city, St. Petersburg, appears third in the grim rating.

The updates came after Dmitry Peskov, Russia’s presidential spokesman, suggested the country will reach a coronavirus plateau if the number of daily infections drops. Tuesday's figure meanwhile ups the curve from 5,841 cases recorded on Wednesday all around the country.

President Vladimir Putin on 27th April warns that Russia has not yet reached the peak of Coronavirus pandemic infections and that Russians will have to self-isolate until May 11 as the country braces itself for the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic.

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