Coronavirus infection in Moscow may persist until the summer of 2021. The situation, according to Russian doctors, will change due to the development of an immune response after the country's population is vaccinated.
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As Maryana Lysenko, a doctor at the Moscow City Clinical Hospital No. 52, said at a round table on the spread of coronavirus in Russia, there is COVID-19 and it will not go away until the summer of 2021. After that, as the head of the Gamaleya center said, an immune layer will appear in the country as a result of vaccination. The doctor emphasized that the number of cases may change dynamically, for which doctors should be prepared. In Moscow, the situation with the spread of coronavirus infection turned out to be the most difficult in Russia. The statistics have gotten better lately. In the capital, 278 388 cases of infection were diagnosed, including 980 cases in the previous day. At the same time, over 239,000 people recovered, more than 5,000 died. During the day, the number of those who recovered again exceeded the number of cases.
In Russia, over the entire time of the pandemic, 1,115,810 people were infected. Over the past day, 6,215 new cases of COVID-19 were diagnosed. On the territory of the state, under the data of the stopcoronavirus.rf website, over 43.3 million tests have been carried out.