Two people died in Moscow from a coronavirus


On March 25, 2020, two patients died in Moscow who were positively diagnosed with coronavirus infection COVID-19. The operational headquarters for monitoring and monitoring the situation on coronavirus in Moscow informed the public about this.


It is noted that the deceased were pensioners (88 and 73 years old). They had concomitant pathologies.

Two elderly patients with a positive coronavirus test died in Moscow. Patients 88 and 73 years old were diagnosed in vivo. In addition, they had confirmed pneumonia, had concomitant pathologies

- reported from the capital's operational headquarters.

From the headquarters they recalled the importance of strict observance of the regime of self-isolation. This is vital for older people and those who have chronic illnesses.

Currently, the number of infected in Moscow is 410 people. That is, it increased by 120 people per day. 5 people recovered and the number of such in the capital reached 15.

In general, in Russia, 163 infected were detected per day. The total number of infected reached 658 people. 29 people recovered. 122 thousand people are under surveillance.

We remind you that Russian President Vladimir Putin acted with an appeal to fellow citizens, in which he voiced a number of measures to support the population and industry during the epidemic.
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  1. Midshipman Offline
    Midshipman (Sergei) 25 March 2020 21: 10
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    Died With a coronavirus, but, it seems, from old age ... Some sense of total lie is in the air.
    1. greenchelman Offline
      greenchelman (Grigory Tarasenko) 25 March 2020 23: 59
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      What kind of lies can you clarify?
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        Midshipman (Sergei) 26 March 2020 10: 43
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        The lie is that the cause of death is not clearly indicated, but it seems that they died from a coronavirus.
        1. greenchelman Offline
          greenchelman (Grigory Tarasenko) 26 March 2020 13: 43
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          You are raving. It is clearly written there:

          They had concomitant pathologies.

          This suggests that in their lungs, instead of alveoli, mushrooms have already grown and people have died.
    2. bonifacius Offline
      bonifacius (Alex) 26 March 2020 00: 44
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      I would like to know who in the current Russian government is interested in a total lie in relation to the epidemic, and why?
    3. nikolaj1703 Offline
      nikolaj1703 (Nikolai) 26 March 2020 02: 01
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      Lies are unprofitable today; they can be torn down either from above or from below. And you won’t get money from Moscow.
  2. Machete Offline
    Machete 26 March 2020 09: 22
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    Probably, the children who went to rest in the midst of an epidemic in Europe are very happy that they brought their parents. negative
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    shadow 26 March 2020 22: 48
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    Quote: greenchelman
    You are raving. It is clearly written there:

    They had concomitant pathologies.

    This suggests that in their lungs, instead of alveoli, mushrooms have already grown and people have died.

    The cause of death is not indicated, and therefore, they could die from old age. If a person was stabbed with a knife, but at the same time he had a coronavirus, then he died from a coronavirus? Rave. Before that, my grandmother died. Yes, she had a coronavirus, but she died from another and the cause of death, if my memory serves me right, was a detached thrombus.
  4. Nikolay Malyugin (Nikolai Malyugin) 27 March 2020 09: 37
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    Call me a person at that age without pathologies. I don’t know such people.
  5. NOT two people died in Moscow from a coronavirus, and Two peopleOB died in Moscow from a coronavirus.