On July 27, Ukrainian doctors observed 717 new cases of coronavirus in this country.
According to the press office of Healthcare Ministry, 2,250,061 people have been infected in Ukraine since the beginning of the pandemic. 52,891 deceased (+15 over 24 hours), and 2,185,339 recovered (+459).
The largest numbers of cases are observed in Kyiv city (189), Odesa (47), Donetsk (70), Zaporizhya (53) and Kherson (43) regions.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the Covid-19 pandemic will not end until at least mid-2022, when each country can potentially vaccinate 70% of its population, Newsweek reports.
"WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has announced a global goal of vaccinating at least 10 percent of the population of each country by September. Ghebreyesus hopes to reach 40 percent by the end of the year, and then 70 percent by the middle of next year," the newspaper writes.
The pandemic will continue until the majority of the world's population has immunity, which is achieved precisely through vaccination. "(The pandemic - ed.) will end when the world decides to end it, since the decisions are in our hands," said Gebreyesus.