The Ministry of Health of Ukraine has updated the list of countries that are classified as "red" and "green" zones, taking into account the number of active cases of coronavirus disease per 100 thousand population. This was reported by the ministry's press service.
Ukraine has increased the list of "red" zone countries to 80. This is six more than in the last week's one. The "red" zone was joined by Namibia, Botswana, Moldova, Kuwait, Malaysia, Maldives, and Eswatini. Suriname was excluded from it.
It is worth noting that such popular countries as Poland, Hungary, Germany, Italy, France, the USA, Canada, and Great Britain remain in the "red" zone for Ukrainian tourists.
As we reported earlier, according to Chief Sanitary Doctor Viktor Lyashko, the government plans to complete five million inoculations every month after the beginning of vaccination campaign in Ukraine.
"If we correctly assume the capabilities of our healthcare system, we will be able to complete approximately five million inoculations monthly. And that is without including the rooms that are used for routine vaccinations," he noted.