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9,000 new cases of infection with Covid-19 recorded in Russia over the past day

Source : 112 Ukraine

In total 124 054 people were infected
16:22, 2 May 2020

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As of May 2, 124 054 cases of infection with Covid-19 coronavirus were recorded in Russia. 9,623 of them were detected in the last 24 hours. This was reported in the Stopkoronavirus.ru Russian Telegram channel verified by the RF Ministry of Health.

New cases have been confirmed in 83 regions. 46.6% (4488 people) are contacts who did not have symptoms of the disease. 1,793 people recovered over the last day, and 57 people died. The total number of recovered is 15,013, and the dead - 1,222.

We recall that over the past day in Ukraine, 550 cases of coronavirus infection were detected. The total number of patients is 11,411.

As previously reported, in Singapore this day the number of infections is the smallest in the last two weeks. The city-state is starting to weaken quarantine.

Related: China denied WHO requests to investigate coronavirus origins

The local Ministry of Health also said that the total number of people infected in the city-state is 17,548, while 16 patients died.

The country will return to normal life within a few weeks, and by June 1, it will finally abolish all quarantine restrictions.

From May 12, the city-state will allow the work of a home business, laundry services and hairdressers. Workrooms will gradually open. Some students will be allowed to return to school in small groups from May 19.

As we reported before, China has rejected numerous requests from the World Health Organization to allow it to participate in the investigation of the origin of COVID-19.

"We know that some kind of national investigation is being conducted, but at this stage we were not invited to join," Galea said.

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