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Russia over the weekend filed a series of four-month lawsuits against the new Covid-19 lawsuit, with Moscow’s mayor saying sanctions should be tightened as businesses close and restaurants are about to close.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus increased by 14,723 in data published on Sunday, the largest increase reported since February 13, according to the federal coronavirus group. Cases increased 50 percent last week.
There were 357 deaths on Sunday, the worst since the plague began 126,430. More than 5m Russians have contracted the disease.
Authorities in Moscow, the worst-affected region, have tightened the scourge of epidemics amid growing cases, Mayor Sergey Sobyanin said in a radio interview.
Moscow has been experiencing a dramatic increase in coronavirus cases over the past few days – in the last 24 hours officials have seen 6,701 cases, the highest number since December 2020.
“We are seeing how Covid-19 continues to grow stronger,” he told Rossiya-1. “In addition, we are seeing an increase in the incidence of the disease, and there are more and more citizens of Moscow, who are in intensive care units and pulmonary arteries.”
Sobyanin said businesses that do not work on weekends should be closed next week while continuing to pay workers.
Food courts and playgrounds for children to play in stores are expected to close on Sunday from Sunday, and restaurants and bars should reduce their activity from 11pm to 6am.
The Russian vaccine has reached the 18m mark, according to Vladimir Putin, the country’s president.
People “take care of both methods,” he said. “This is very common.”