Russia has admitted that its coronavirus death toll is more than three times as many as previously reported.
New data shows that more than 186,000 Russians have died from the virus, while the country’s official report is 55,265.
This means that Russia’s death toll ranks third, behind India, and second only to the United States and Brazil.
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Since the beginning of the pandemic, Russia has reported more than 3 million infections, but its relatively low mortality rate has caused concern.
President Vladimir Putin stated that this is because the country has handled the epidemic so well, but others say that part of the reason is that COVID-19 must be listed as the main cause of death before autopsy. Count.
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According to news agency Agence France-Presse, the government statistics agency Rosstat said on Monday that the number of deaths from various causes between January and November this year increased by 229,700 compared with the same period last year.
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