Russian coronavirus deaths break records Confused by the government Let people party normal – fresh news

Russian coronavirus deaths break records – 18 Oct. The Guardian Reported that the criticism of attacking the Russian government Confusing communication makes people live their lives recklessly against the virus. We still meet at parties as usual. Despite the fact that the death toll from COVID-19 exceeds 1,000 per day.

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The criticism came as Russia’s death toll from COVID-19 surpassed 1,000 for the first time since Oct. 16 and the daily number of infections hit a new record 34,325 amid an atmosphere of turmoil. The Russians lived a normal crowded life.

Recently, the total number of infected people has exceeded 8 million, while the total number of deaths has exceeded 224,310.

FILE PHOTO: Russia eases lockdown June 9, 2020. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

Dr. Denis Protzenko, Chief Medical Officer of the Moscow Medical Center warned that Russia’s public health system is rapidly declining in hospital beds. The situation is nearing a crisis as immunizations are halted.

many districts of Moscow Started bringing back the QR code scanning system since last week. and compulsory vaccination against COVID-19 give back to the risk group The outbreak was concentrated in Moscow. and the city of St Petersburg the most which is the city with the least measures in Europe

A medical specialist transports a patient outside a hospital for people infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Moscow, Russia October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Tatyana Makeyeva

There have also been speculations that the government may have no choice but to bring back the most extreme lockdown measures as it did in March. 2020 creates fear for small to medium-sized private shops because in the past Received very little assistance from the government

Small-business owner Draganova said the recent lockdowns have left her on the edge. Therefore, the state wants to avoid such measures as much as possible.

The lockdown measures previously adopted by Russian authorities were based on survey data showing that 60 percent of Russian respondents said they lost income.

Medical specialists transport a patient outside a hospital for people infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Moscow, Russia October 6, 2021. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

However, Professor Christian FrohrLich, a sociology and cleavage expert at Moscow’s College, said most Russians were more concerned with stomatitis than infection. Because the expectations of the government are very low. Therefore did not expect the state to help. and want to continue living as usual

The analysis was in line with the reaction from governments to the adoption of a QR code scanning system for immunizations, and it was quickly canceled after complaints from small and medium-sized business owners. that has been affected, resulting in reduced income

But stomach issues aren’t the only factor in why many Russians choose to live up to the risk of contracting COVID-19. After the poll found 55 percent of Russians who answered the survey said they were not afraid of COVID-19.

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While experts blamed the confusing communications of government agencies for causing public suspicions. leading to distrust of the government

Peter Tolstoy, Deputy Speaker of the Russian Parliament said to admit The government has been defeated by the COVID-19 information war. already done

Denis Volkov, director of the Levada Center, the polling foundation, said government agencies had communicated too many unclear and confusing information. while state broadcasters spent their time spreading the news. that COVID-19 that’s not scary and attack the countermeasures of other nations using lockdown measures

Volkov said it was too late by the time the government had established a foothold and tried to communicate with the people. because people no longer trust

In addition, one study found that Nearly two-thirds of Russians believe COVID-19 It’s a man-made biological weapon. And the Russian authorities have taken a victory stance against COVID-19. and ending lockdown measures before local election campaigns and political rallies as well

The summer of 2020 is when Russia faces the worst outbreak. But government agencies abruptly lifted lockdown measures in Moscow for a parade ceremony. Victory Day is the day when the Nazi German forces surrendered to the former Soviet Union.

“What karma who has done That karma will be repaid. Many people really stopped caring about the coronavirus after being told the outbreak was over. This also prevents people from going to get vaccinated,” Volkov said.

Russia’s daily death toll from COVID-19 has exceeded 1000 for the first time as the country faces a sustained wave of rising infections. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

The latest data shows that nearly a third of Russia’s population has been vaccinated. And more than half of Russians do not wish to be vaccinated. Amid the outbreak that continues to spread

Dr. Protzengo Pleaded through a personal Telegram app for Russians to go get the vaccine as soon as possible.

“Everyone, COVID is real. It’s not a joke or a novel,” and said, “It’s amazing that I still have to sit and tell everyone this. Even though the covid has been spreading for the second year already” Dr. Protzenko cut off

While the Russians lived in hustle and bustle and socializing uncontrollably Doctors and health workers warned of the coming darkness.

Nurse Katerina, 24, one of the nursing students recruited to help at Communarka Hospital in Moscow, said they could not continue working if there was a new wave.

“I have to see patients die every day, even though the vaccine is available outside. I was very angry when I saw it,” Katerina said.


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