According to her, the sick Covid-19 employee died on Sunday, March 12. Von der Leyen expressed condolences to his family and wrote that it was ‘very sad’ to report such news.
Note that this is the first death from a coronavirus among the top leadership of the European Union.
As we reported before, during the quarantine, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) exposed 154 agitators who spread fakes about coronavirus. The law enforcers blocked over 2,000 internet societies with more than 700,000
“Particularly, among 154 exposed persons, the SBU identified eight internet agitators who acted on the assignment of the Russian sides knowingly. Such agitators worked in Odesa, Dnipro, Lviv, Kherson, and Kyiv. Against the perpetrators, the SBU investigators opened the criminal proceedings. In other words, for actions aiming for violent change of power or overthrow the constitutional order or seizure of state power and infringement upon the territorial sovereignty and integrity of Ukraine,” the SBU reported.