529 people have been taken to hospitals during this period; 17 patients deceased, and 1,097 recovered. 25,828 tests have been taken.
Most of the confirmed cases have been observed in Kyiv city (135), Dnipropetrovsk (46), Odesa (39), Kyiv (37), and Mykolaiv (22) regions.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in Ukraine, 2,233,996 people have contracted the disease, 2,163,069 have overcome it, 52,286 have succumbed to it.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has urged fully vaccinated people to continue to wear masks, social distance, and practice other Covid-19 pandemic safety measures as the highly contagious delta variant spreads rapidly across the globe.
As WHO assistant director-general Mariangela Simao explained, people do not feel safe just because they received two doses.
“Vaccine alone won’t stop community transmission. People need to continue to use masks consistently, be in ventilated spaces, hand hygiene ... the physical distance, avoid crowding. This still continues to be extremely important, even if you’re vaccinated when you have a community transmission ongoing,” she said.