5,094 new Covid-19 cases registered in Ukraine in 24 hours

Source : 112 Ukraine

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Ukraine, 2,083,180 people have contracted the disease
11:54, 2 May 2021

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Over the last 24 hours, Ukrainian doctors confirmed 5,094 new cases of Covid-19, including 219 children and 81 healthcare workers. Coronavirus_Info Telegram channel reports it.

3,199 people have been taken to hospitals during this period; 160 patients deceased, and 5,784 recovered. 43,405 tests have been taken.

Related: Ukraine could become first in Europe in terms of Covid-attributed death rate, - KSE

Most of the confirmed cases have been observed in Dnipropetrovsk (804), Donetsk (418), Kharkiv (344), Odesa (296) and Cherkasy (273) regions.

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Ukraine, 2,083,180 people have contracted the disease, 1,676,265 have overcome it, 44,596 - have succumbed to it.

Meanwhile, Ukraine signed a contract with the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer on the supply of additional 10 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine. This was reported by Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov who signed the document on behalf of the state.

The agreement was made possible due to Volodymyr Zelensky's direct communication with Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. The President personally coordinated the process of negotiations on the supply of the drug to Ukraine, because today the demand for vaccines in the world far exceeds production. Therefore, the Ukrainian authorities have used various tools to provide the country with a quality vaccine. In particular, the strategic communications of the Head of State and the constant operational communications of the Ministry of Health and its head Maksym Stepanov made it possible for Ukraine to sign a contract and receive a high-quality vaccine in significant quantities.

Related: EU countries to start trials of vaccination passports in May

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