The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has given its explanation for the decrease in the number of patients with Covid-19. It is reported that people tend to see doctors less and as a result - do fewer PCR tests. This was stated by Prime Minister Denys Shmygal during a conference call, the press service of the President's Office reports.
"Against the background of declining indicators, it is a confirmed fact that people tend to see doctors less and do fewer PCR tests. They get sick at home and decide to go to the doctor or get hospitalized only in case of deterioration and serious illness," said Shmygal.
According to the Prime Minister, the number of active patients with Covid-19 in Ukraine has dropped below 200,000.
As we reported earlier, Deputy Minister of Health for European Integration Ihor Ivashchenko stated that the first consignments of vaccines against coronavirus infection were expected to arrive in Ukraine in the following two weeks.
Ukraine will receive the vaccines produced by both Pfizer - Biontech and AstraZeneca.