4,838 people have been taken to hospitals during this period; 166 patients deceased, and 3,877 recovered. 68,776 tests have been taken.
Most of the confirmed cases have been observed in in Lviv (1,117), Kharkiv (879), Zhytomyr (814), Dnipropetrovsk (760) and Khmelnytsky (740) regions.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in Ukraine, 1,546,363 people have contracted the disease, 1,257,849 have overcome it, 29,941 - have succumbed to it.
Meanwhile, Kyiv authorities will consider the issue of the work of public transport during the lockdown on Monday, March 22. This was announced by the first deputy head of the Kyiv City State Administration Mykola Povoroznyk on his Facebook page.
He noted that the capital introduced the restrictions of the "red" quarantine zone on March 18 by the decision of the city commission on technogenic and environmental safety and emergencies. However, the final decision on the work of public transport in the capital will be made on Monday, March 22.
"The position of the city on this issue is clear - public transport must work! Stopping transport will lead to a collapse in the city," Povoroznyk wrote.