In Turkey, 11 Russian citizens died from coronavirus in three months

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Eleven Russian citizens have died from coronavirus infection in Turkey since early August. This was reported on Sunday, November 1, by the press secretary of the Russian Embassy in Ankara, Irina Kasimova.

“11 Russians have died in Turkey so far due to the coronavirus,” she said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

According to her, this data is from the beginning of August. A total of 326 Russians have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Turkey.

On October 30, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reported that Turkey is striving to develop and start using its own vaccine against coronavirus infection by the spring of 2021.

In mid-October, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Erdogan, during telephone conversations, agreed to instruct the departments of the two countries to work out cooperation in the creation and production of a vaccine against coronavirus.


According to the latest data, a total of 1,618,116 cases of coronavirus were confirmed in the Russian Federation, 1,215,414 people recovered, 27,990 died, 60,441,811 were tested.

According to the Worldometer portal, as of November 1, 375.3 thousand cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Turkey, 10.2 thousand people died, 323.9 thousand patients recovered.

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