Patients who died from COVID-19 had suffered from chronic diseases

April 2

Three patients who had tested positive for COVID-19 and were diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia died in Moscow, as reported by the Coronavirus Emergency Response Centre. 

All the deceased patients had underlying health issues, including cardiovascular diseases. These include cardiosclerosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, and hypertension. They were aged 63 to 72.

One of the deceased patients has recently returned from abroad.

According to recent data, there are 1,880 confirmed coronavirus cases in Moscow. 115 patients have completely recovered and were discharged from hospitals. Some 550 infected people are being treated at home.

Moscow is on high alert.  Entertainment facilities, beauty salons, cafés and restaurants are shut down.  Food stores, pharmacies, pet shops, delivery services, mobile shops and stores selling essential goods are still open.

Starting 30 March, all Moscow residents must stay at home. You can only leave your place of residence to seek for emergency medical care or in case of other direct threat to life and health, to shop in the closest open shop or pharmacy, walk your pet within 100 m from your place of residence (stay), take out garbage, or go to work if you have to.

Call the hotline by number +7 (495) 870-45-09 to learn how to prevent and combat COVID-19 or visit a special project by 


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