November 23rd. Coronavirus Map. Another 128 New Cases Per Day

November 23rd. Coronavirus Map. Another 128 New Cases Per Day
November 23rd. Coronavirus Map. Another 128 New Cases Per Day

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On the territory of the Vladimir region, over the past day at 10:00 on November 23, 2020, 128 new cases of a new coronavirus infection were detected.

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In total, 12311 cases of the disease were registered on the territory of the Vladimir region:

- 2208 (+23) - the city of Vladimir, - 1741 (+15) - Gus-Khrustalny district, - 1430 (+17) - Murom district, - 1009 (+10) - Kovrovsky district, - 944 (+2) - Petushinsky district, - 907 (+7) - Aleksandrovsky district, - 616 (+8) - Vyaznikovsky district, - 530 (+7) - Yuryev-Polsky district, - 480 (+1) - Sobinsky district, - 438 (+6) - Kolchuginsky district, - 363 (+6) - Suzdal district, - 319 (+6) - Melenkovsky district, - 297 (+4) - Gorokhovetsky district, - 282 (+5) - Selivanovsky district, - 222 (+2) - Kameshkovsky district,

- 209 (+3) - Sudogodsky district, - 181 (+4) - Kirzhach district, - 147 (+2) - ZATO city of Raduzhny.

According to the regional administration, as of November 23, 9,731 patients with Covid-19 in the region recovered, including 113 people on November 22.

During the observation period, 290 (0) deaths were recorded in the region. The statistics on the deceased are formed only after all the necessary research has been carried out.

In the laboratories of medical institutions in the region, the Center for Hygiene and Epidemiology in the Vladimir Region (Rospotrebnadzor) and the Volga Research Medical University (Nizhny Novgorod), 4478 studies were carried out on Covid-19 on November 21.

The telephone number of the "hot line" of the Department of Healthcare of the Vladimir Region for the prevention and treatment of coronavirus infection: 8 (800) 350-17-33. The call center is open daily, including weekends, from 08:00 to 20:00. Citizens' appeals are also accepted in the form of text messages via VTSAP or Viber at 8 (904) 252-90-02.

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