Two elderly men with a diagnosis of coronavirus infection who died in Moscow had concomitant pathologies, said the Moscow operations headquarters.
In Moscow on March 25, 88-year-old and 73-year-old patients who were diagnosed with coronavirus infection died reported Moscow operational headquarters.
According to authorities, pneumonia was confirmed in both patients and “there were pronounced concomitant pathologies.”
According to the Moscow Ministry of Health, a total of 658 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Russia in 55 regions, of which 410 were in the Russian capital. 14 people recovered.
The number of deaths from COVID-19 in Russia increased to three. At the same time, the authorities did not include the first patient who died from infection in the statistics, stating that the cause of death was a detached blood clot, not a coronavirus.
An outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus infection began in December 2019 in China. March 11, the World Health Organization announced the spread of coronavirus pandemic. According to American Johns Hopkins University, on March 25, the total number of infected people in the world exceeded 438 thousand, of which almost 112 thousand recovered, and 19 675 died.