Andriy Kryshchenko, deputy chairman of the National Police of Ukraine, the head of Kyiv police is confirmed to have a coronavirus, as Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook.
"Today, deputy chairman of the National Police of Ukraine, the head of the Kyiv police, Andriy Kryshchenko was diagnosed with COVID-19. His health is satisfactory. He continues to perform his duties remotely," Gerashchenko wrote.
Today, a positive diagnosis for coronavirus was confirmed among three police officers and one cadet.
The police established a circle of people who had contact with the patient during the incubation period. All of them are informed about the potential risk of the disease and are on self-isolation. The premises of the headquarters of the capital are properly disinfected.
Neither the official not his family members were abroad for the past month.
As we reported, as of morning, March 27, eight new cases of coronavirus infection were spotted in Kyiv. The number of Kyiv citizens sick with Covid-19 increased up to 55 people.