Russian Coronavirus Cases Rise to 840
182 more cases have been confirmed today in Russia. The total number is 840. There are patients infected with COVID – 19 in 56 different regions of Russia. Yesterday two Russians died from coronavirus at Moscow’s hospital, – they were diagnosed with pneumonia before.
Coronavirus in Moscow
The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has announced today that next week (starting on March 30) would be a non-working one, though said workers would still be paid.
Pharmacies, supermarkets, public transport and clinics will still operate as usual. Restaurants, cafes, parks and malls are closing next week for 7 days.
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The new cases have been found in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Voronezh, Sverdlovsk, Bashkiria, Lipetsk, Oryol, Kaluga, Volgograd, Samara, Chechnia and Tatarstan.
Moscow media resource called “Mash.ru” has presented today its map with addresses of confirmed COVID – 19 cases in the capital.
There are 111 addresses on display in Moscow and in the Moscow region ( on the left side) including central streets of the city such as Baumanskaya St, Bolshaya Sadovaya St, Malaya Nikitskaya St, Malaya Polyanka St, Leningradsky Prospect St.
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All visitors currently inside Russia, whose visit visas are about to expire (or expired already!), will be allowed to extend their stay, if they are not able to get back home, according to the new statement of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia!
Source is here (in Russian)