Sobyanin himself first announced the vaccination he had received back in September last year. Sources of RBC then reported that, in addition to the Moscow mayor, his deputy for social policy, Anastasia Rakova, and deputy for economic policy and property and land relations, Vladimir Efimov, were vaccinated.
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Earlier, RBC calculated that by the beginning of April, 3.23% of the country’s population received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Most fully vaccinated people were in Chukotka (7.27% of the region’s residents). It was followed by Moscow (6.32%), the Nenets Autonomous Okrug (6.04%) and the Sakhalin Region (5.91%).
According to the operational headquarters, in the day preceding May 14, 9,462 new cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in Russia. 393 people died, 9,756 recovered. Over the entire period of the pandemic, more than 4.9 million cases of coronavirus, over 115 thousand deaths and 4.5 million recoveries were recorded in the country.
The spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 in the regions of Russia
Number of confirmed cases of infection
Source: Federal and regional headquarters for the fight against the virus
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