Ukraine's ex-deputy prosecutor general Sakvarelidze suffered severe form of Covid-19

Source : 112 Ukraine

The politician spent a month in the hospital, including two weeks in intensive care
19:09, 26 August 2020

Former Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine David Sakvarelidze has spent in intensive care two weeks with a severe form of coronavirus infection. He wrote about this on his Facebook page.

"I suffered the worst form of Covid-19, having spent a month in the hospital, including two weeks in intensive care," the message reads.

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Sakvarelidze also expressed gratitude to all the medical workers who "by their efforts literally pulled him out of an extremely difficult condition."

"In this difficult time, you are real heroes!" - he noted.

Together with Mikheil Saakashvili, David Sakvarelidze is one of the leaders of the Ukrainian party "Movement of New Forces." From February 2015 to March 2016, he has been serving Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine and was concurrently the prosecutor of the Odesa region. From 2008 to 2012, he was the first deputy chief prosecutor of Georgia.

As we reported before, the Cabinet of Ministers has extended adaptive lockdown in Ukraine until October 3.

"Adaptive lockdown allows us to keep the balance between quarantine restrictions and the normal life of the country. The increase in morbidity in recent weeks forces us to act more decisively. And today we will consider extending the adaptive lockdown for two months. Restrictions and zoning of territories by color will be valid at least until November, we extend the quarantine until October 31," said Shmygal.

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