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Russia reports single-day records of COVID-19 cases, deaths

 MOSCOW: Russia has reported a new single-day record of 25,487 coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours, taking the total tally to 2,187,990, the country's COVID-19 response center said Thursday.


Meanwhile, 524 more fatalities were registered, also a single-day record, raising the national death toll to 38,062.


A total of 1,685,492 patients have recovered so far, including 25,073 over the past day.


Coronavirus cases in Moscow, Russia's worst-hit region, increased by 6,075 to 577,177.



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