The head of Moscow’s top coronavirus hospital has revealed that his facility is being hit harder than ever before, with the number of patients on ventilators now beating the record for any other time during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Speaking to RT on Tuesday, Denis Protsenko of the Kommunarka Hospital revealed that out of 1,447 coronavirus patients treated at the institution 407 are in the intensive care unit, and 110 are connected to a ventilator. Protsenko became a nationwide household name in 2020 due to his role at the forefront of the country’s battle against Covid-19.

His revelation comes three days after Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin announced a set of new measures aimed at countering a “sharply worsening” coronavirus situation in the Russian capital, including an 11pm nightlife curfew. The city has far fewer restrictions than most of the European Union, however.