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CovidUkraine: 63,000 beds equipped for coronavirus patients

Source : 112 Ukraine

Over 27,000 beds of them have already been occupied
21:50, 14 December 2020

RIA Novosti

Prime Minister Denys Shmygal said that 63,000 beds had been deployed for coronavirus patients in Ukraine. He said this during a conference call, the President's Office reports.

"To date, more than 63,000 beds have been allocated for Covid-19 patients, more than 35,000 of them are connected to oxygen. More than 27,000 beds have already been occupied. The process of patient routing is also being improved," Shmygal said.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky noted that half of the 210 promised emergency departments were ready.

Related: COVAX officially approves Ukraine's request for vaccine against Covid-19

"I know that the construction started much later than planned due to the epidemic, and the second half of the departments have already completed the project documentation. Nevertheless, I think we need to accelerate the pace as much as possible. These departments are not just construction projects. This is the life and health of our people," Zelensky noted.

As we reported earlier, according to Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Parliament Olena Kondratyuk, Ukraine has a chance to obtain enough vaccine to get only four million people inoculated in the near future.

Related: Does Ukraine need compulsory vaccination against COVID-19?

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