Compare Russia’s regions
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On this page, the regions of the Russian Federation are listed sorted by the number of confirmed cases. You can click on the name to see the more details about the region. The numbers below are the numbers of confirmed (black), recovered (green), and fatal cases (red). These numbers are displayed on the graph in the middle column. The graphs on the right draw the number of new cases a day. Move the mouse over the graphs to see the dates and the numbers. Note that the scale of the vertical axis differs per region.

The green and red arrows next to the region name display the trend of the new confirmed cases during the last week.

Region Cumulative cases New daily cases

Moscow

250,303
193,473
4,622

Moscow Oblast

65,472
49,066
1,136

Saint Petersburg

33,525
24,354
2,203

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

25,382
22,197
421

Sverdlovsk Oblast

22,943
18,803
358

Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra

18,219
15,649
145

Irkutsk Oblast

15,101
10,943
221

Krasnoyarsk Krai

14,812
12,344
380

Rostov Oblast

14,613
12,002
274

Chelyabinsk Oblast

12,433
7,931
98

Voronezh Oblast

12,372
10,558
96

Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

12,259
11,280
82

Murmansk Oblast

11,656
8,469
107

Saratov Oblast

10,633
6,614
64

Novosibirsk Oblast

10,451
8,922
303

Ulyanovsk Oblast

10,440
7,457
73

Volgograd Oblast

10,383
6,669
75

Altai Krai

10,360
8,637
96

Republic of Dagestan

9,861
8,869
464

Stavropol Krai

9,699
6,661
186

Krasnodar Krai

9,642
8,269
136

Arkhangelsk Oblast

9,547
8,565
227

Khabarovsk Krai

8,804
6,509
76

Tula Oblast

8,731
7,402
287

Orenburg Oblast

8,274
6,677
62

Omsk Oblast

8,175
5,913
106

Primorsky Krai

8,073
6,414
96

Bryansk Oblast

7,739
6,310
35

Kaluga Oblast

7,543
6,280
58

Samara Oblast

7,423
5,634
113

Republic of Bashkortostan

7,197
5,786
25

Chuvash Republic

7,179
4,745
66

Penza Oblast

7,156
6,568
93

Tyumen Oblast

6,855
6,335
28

Ivanovo Oblast

6,785
5,475
109

Perm Krai

6,777
4,810
182

Ryazan Oblast

6,655
5,976
36

Kursk Oblast

6,576
5,406
51

Belgorod Oblast

6,562
5,723
51

Yaroslavl Oblast

6,542
5,867
32

Sakha (Yakutia) Republic

6,531
5,596
66

Tuva Republic

6,421
5,518
60

Tambov Oblast

6,336
5,275
44

Leningrad Oblast

6,291
4,688
66

Oryol Oblast

6,250
4,799
96

Kabardino-Balkar Republic

6,174
5,773
75

Republic of Tatarstan

5,988
4,856
28

Komi Republic

5,968
4,809
73

Smolensk Oblast

5,878
4,652
115

Vladimir Oblast

5,876
5,249
175

Kirov Oblast

5,463
4,588
83

Astrakhan Oblast

5,041
4,148
55

Tver Oblast

4,959
3,963
163

Republic of Mordovia

4,888
3,768
38

Tomsk Oblast

4,840
3,424
49

Lipetsk Oblast

4,766
4,078
23

Kemerovo Oblast

4,736
3,355
19

Republic of North Ossetia-Alania

4,650
4,237
67

Karachay-Cherkess Republic

4,589
3,566
25

Republic of Buryatia

4,507
3,881
42

Zabaykalsky Krai

4,260
3,956
49

Pskov Oblast

4,038
2,900
58

Novgorod Oblast

3,969
2,825
72

Mari El Republic

3,962
3,480
36

Republic of Ingushetia

3,954
3,406
75

Kamchatka Krai

3,569
3,069
42

Sakhalin Oblast

3,390
1,778
0

Republic of Kalmykia

3,173
2,238
42

Republic of Khakassia

3,089
2,787
37

Kaliningrad Oblast

3,065
2,430
53

Republic of Adygea

3,055
2,479
22

Amur Oblast

3,010
2,528
47

Vologda Oblast

2,772
2,339
29

Kostroma Oblast

2,745
1,933
30

Udmurt Republic

2,681
2,236
34

Republic of Karelia

2,628
1,709
14

Kurgan Oblast

2,558
2,177
12

Chechen Republic

2,170
1,435
35

Altai Republic

1,750
1,498
7

Magadan Oblast

1,599
1,192
15

Republic of Crimea

1,595
1,139
19

Jewish Autonomous Oblast

570
505
8

Sevastopol

401
323
12

Nenets Autonomous Okrug

289
98
0

Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

162
151
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Based on data collected by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering.

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