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Russian pandemic prevention official: Russia’s COVID-19 “patient zero” appeared on March 1

Russian pandemic prevention official: Russia's COVID-19 "patient zero" appeared on March 1

Photo: On December 5th, local time, in Moscow, Russia, the media photographed that women were vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.

December 14 According to a report by Russian satellite network, Anna Popova, director of the Russian Federation’s Consumer Protection and Public Welfare Supervision Bureau, said that the first person infected with the novel coronavirus in Russia (also known as “Patient Zero”) has been found.

and “Patient Zero” appeared on March 1 and until March 17.

By that time, the cumulative number of cases had exceeded 100.

Popova said in the “Dangerous Virus · First Year” broadcast by Russia Channel 1: “We know that ‘Patient Zero’ appeared on March 1, and by March 17, the cumulative number of cases had exceeded 100.

We are talking about the first person to spread the coronavirus in Russia.”

According to the Russian COVID-19 Prevention and Control Headquarters on the 13th, 28,080 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were added to 85 federal subjects in Russia on the same day, of which 5,494 (19.6%) were found to have no clinical symptoms.

As of that day, Russia had a cumulative number of 2653,928 cases of COVID-19, an increase of 1.1%.

In addition, the cumulative death toll in Russia is 46,941, and 2,106,235 people have been cured and discharged from hospital.

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