Earlier, Turkey allowed administering of medical aid for Ukraine within COVID-19 build-up. The procedure for acquiring permissions to export production has been defined. Andriy Sybiga, the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Ukraine in Turkey said so in his commentary for Ukrinform news agency. "The procedure of providing of aid for Ukraine within COVID-19 context has been defined. If there's enough product in Turkey, particularly for covering its own needs, and it has the opportunity to export, we agreed that we can buy it", he said.
The authority specified that 171 Ukrainians are getting treated abroad. Most of them are now in Italy (121) and Poland (22). The others are staying in Spain, Germany, Austria, Portugal and the U.S.
Six Ukrainians succumbed to the aftermaths of Covid-19.
On April 12, the number of infected citizens in Ukraine increased by 266 cases. As of 9 a.m. April 12, 83 lethal cases were observed in Ukraine; another 89 patients recovered.