12 Ukrainians being treated for coronavirus abroad, - Ukraine's MFA

Source : 112 Ukraine

As of now, 32 Ukrainians are quarantined abroad
11:45, 18 March 2020

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12 Ukrainians are being treated for coronavirus abroad. Such data was released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Five Ukrainians are being treated in Germany, two - in Italy, two - in Poland, one - in Moldova, one - in the UAE and one in the Dominican Republic.

One Ukrainian woman died of a coronavirus in Italy.

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It should be noted that 16 Ukrainians are quarantined in Brazil, seven – in Germany, three - in the Dominican Republic, the UAE and Moldova.

As we reported earlier, on March 18, a flight from Austria will bring Ukrainians back home as they could not leave the country previously.

"Austrian Airlines will send the passengers to Ukraine at 9.50 a.m., as they could not leave before due to the canceling of flights of this air carrier", reads the message. "There are also some 70 tickets on this flight available for sale. For those who stuck in Vienna not because of Austrian Airines, the ticket will cost 493 Euros. It's expensive, of course, but it's a guaranteed return home (...)," the message of Ukraine's MFA reads.

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