Moscow goes into an 11-day lockdown after Russia records 1,159 死亡者(数

Moscow begins ANOTHER 11-day Covid lockdown after Russia reports a record 1,159 での死亡 24 hours with only 32% fully jabbed

  • Authorities have shut down non-essential services in Moscow until November 7
  • Only shops selling food, medicine, and other essentials are allowed to be open
  • Russians stubbornly refused the Sputnik vaccine, だけで 30 per cent jabbed
  • ロシア, worst hit state in Europe, 記録 1,159 死亡者(数, 40,096 cases Thursday
  • Moscow shut down non-essential services for 11 days on Thursday as ロシア battles a record-breaking コロナウイルス surge driven by low vaccination rates.

    The country hardest-hit in Europe by the pandemic, Russia on Thursday recorded 1,159 fatalities in a single day. An official government tally also reported a record 40,096 新しい感染症.

    Authorities have shied away from the kind of severe lockdowns imposed in many countries, but have shut down all non-essential services in Moscow from Thursday until November 7.

    大統領 ウラジーミル・プーチン‘s government has been pinning its hopes in the fight against Covid on homegrown vaccines like Sputnik V, but Russians have proven stubbornly resistant to being inoculated.

    As of Thursday, のみ 32 percent of Russia’s population had been fully vaccinated, according to the Gogov website, which tallies Covid-19 data from the regions.

    The country hardest-hit in Europe by the pandemic, Russia on Thursday recorded 1,159 fatalities and a record 40,096 new infections in a single day

    The country hardest-hit in Europe by the pandemic, Russia on Thursday recorded 1,159 fatalities and a record 40,096 new infections in a single day

    Retail outlets, レストラン, and sporting and entertainment venues are all closed, along with schools and kindergartens.

    Only shops selling food, medicine and other essentials are allowed to remain open, and cafes are open for take-away.

    The city’s sprawling Metro network was slightly less busy than normal Thursday, with many passengers not wearing masks. Roads were also moderately less congested.

    Authorities have not required Russians to stay at home during the non-working period and many were planning to use the days to travel across the country and abroad.

    President Vladimir Putin's government has been pinning its hopes in the fight against Covid on homegrown vaccines like Sputnik V, but Russians have proven stubbornly resistant to being inoculated

    President Vladimir Putin’s government has been pinning its hopes in the fight against Covid on homegrown vaccines like Sputnik V, but Russians have proven stubbornly resistant to being inoculated

    As of Thursday, のみ 32 per cent of Russia's population had been fully vaccinated, according to the Gogov website, which tallies Covid-19 data from the regions

    As of Thursday, のみ 32 per cent of Russia’s population had been fully vaccinated, according to the Gogov website, which tallies Covid-19 data from the regions

    The mayor of the Black Sea resort city of Sochi has warned of a huge influx of tourists, and demand in Russia for flights bound for Turkey and Egypt has soared.

    On the streets of the capital, some Muscovites said they approved of the restrictions, while others said they did not go far enough.

    ‘I think it’s important to save someone’s life rather than be entertained, especially given that it’s not for a long time,’ Vladimir Chizhov, a 45-year-old programmer, said of the decision to close cinemas, bars and restaurants.

    But Arseny Kubanov, a 35-year-old sound engineer, said restrictions similar to European lockdowns were needed.

    ‘Tougher measures should be introduced until everyone is vaccinated, the way it was in Europe,’ 彼は言った.

    ‘Otherwise, it is quite meaninglessthis will continue wave after wave until everyone is vaccinated anyway.

    Authorities have shied away from the kind of severe lockdowns imposed in many countries, but have shut down all non-essential services in Moscow from Thursday until November 7

    Authorities have shied away from the kind of severe lockdowns imposed in many countries, but have shut down all non-essential services in Moscow from Thursday until November 7.

    The city's sprawling Metro network was slightly less busy than normal Thursday, with many passengers not wearing masks. Roads were also moderately less congested

    The city’s sprawling Metro network was slightly less busy than normal Thursday, with many passengers not wearing masks. Roads were also moderately less congested








    The Russian army was to set up a Covid hospital in the Moscow region amid the surge in deaths, 当局者は言った.

    ‘Brigades of doctors and nurseswere ready to treat the city’s sick in a ‘specialised hospital’, the defence ministry said in a statement quoted by news agencies.

    Putin last week ordered a nationwide paid holiday between October 30 and November 7 in a bid to reverse rising infections, and Moscow authorities followed suit by ordering the shutdown of non-essential services in the capital from Thursday.

    Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday that authorities were not yet planning to make jabs mandatory for everyone, despite the rising cases and low vaccination rates.

    ‘The figures so far give no cause for optimism,’ Peskov told reporters. ‘We will see how the situation develops further.

    Officers of Moscow's Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections check compliance with sanitary and public health safety requirements amid a new lockdown

    Officers of Moscow’s Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections check compliance with sanitary and public health safety requirements amid a new lockdown

    Russia has recorded nearly 8.4 million coronavirus cases and more than 235,000 死亡者(数, though independent experts say authorities have downplayed the severity of the pandemic.

    Figures published by statistics agency Rosstat in October paint a darker picture, suggesting that more than 400,000 people have died in the country from the coronavirus.

    After a severe months-long lockdown early in the pandemic, Russian authorities have been hesitant to impose further restrictions that would hurt the economy, instead pleading with Russians to get vaccinated.

    Officers of Moscow's Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections check compliance with sanitary and public health safety requirements amid a new lockdown

    Officers of Moscow’s Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections check compliance with sanitary and public health safety requirements amid a new lockdown

    Figures published by statistics agency Rosstat in October paint a darker picture, suggesting that more than 400,000 people have died in the country from the coronavirus

    Figures published by statistics agency Rosstat in October paint a darker picture, suggesting that more than 400,000 people have died in the country from the coronavirus

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