Nearly 780,000 Russians Died from The CCP Virus

According to Reuters on April 1, the new data from the Russian National Bureau of Statistics (ROSSTAT) show that the total number of deaths related to the CCP virus in Russia has reached 778,000 since the beginning of the CCP virus pandemic in April 2020. It is said that 43,201 people died directly or indirectly from the CCP virus in February, up from 35,807 in January.

Last November, the number of CCP virus deaths in Russia hit a monthly high of nearly 90,000, second only to the United States. Compared with the average mortality rate in 2015-2019, Russia recorded more than 958000 excess deaths from the beginning of the pandemic in April 2020 to the end of February 2022.

The data from Reuters also showed that compared with the average mortality rate in 2015-2019, Russia recorded more than 958,000 excess deaths from the beginning of the pandemic in April 2020 to the end of February 2022. Epidemiologists say excess deaths refer to the portion of a region over a period of time in which all-cause deaths due to public health emergencies are higher than normal for the same period. In the context of the global pandemic of the CCP virus, the excess death toll is the best way to assess the real impact of the epidemic.

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