38 hospitalized politicians in Russia’s parliament – eight percent state Duma.
One of the 38 is also in the intensive care unit.
According to the latest figures, there have been 1,17,4.7 new cases involving 5,224 people in the capital, Moscow.
219 new deaths have been reported as the state fights for virus control.
The Kremlin has now warned that the virus is beginning to catch the virus outside the capital as the second wave of coronavirus.
Although authorities have assured the public of their ability to deal with the virus, the government has acknowledged the situation.
Federal and regional governments are now working to try and control this outbreak.
Government spokesman Dmitry Peshkov said: “The situation is very serious.
“The epidemic has severely damaged the region, moving east of Moscow.”
A local media outlet, 161.ru, reported that seven people had died in the town of Rostov-on-Don before the oxygen supply to a local hospital had been cut off.
Local government officials denied the claim.
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Russia, like the United Kingdom, has its own vaccine.
Russia has become the first country to approve a vaccine regulator.
Sputnik V is currently undergoing human testing, and regulators also approved a second vaccine earlier this month.
Mr Peshkov added: “At the moment, unfortunately, the whole world is facing a new record of new carnivirus cases.
“This is where we live in reality and we should all fight against it.”
According to official figures, 399,305 people are currently being treated for the virus.
The average death rate in Russia is 1.722 percent and the death toll stands at 226,050.
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