Covid-19: Bed-occupancy of Ukrainian hospitals at 41%

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is reported that Ukraine has been observing an overall decrease in coronavirus incidence over the last few weeks
13:14, 21 December 2020

Ukraine's Healthcare Minister

The occupancy rate of Ukrainian hospitals for coronavirus patients is almost 41%. This was stated by Health Minister Maksym Stepanov.

"The workload of hospitals in Ukraine (in some regions the situation is different) is now a little less than 41%," said Stepanov.

It is worth noting that 6,545 new cases have been observed in Ukraine over the last 24 hours.

970,993 have gotten infected with coronavirus since the pandemic began in the country, 586,268 have recovered (+5,106 per 24 hours); 16,655 have deceased (+80 per day).

Related: US FDA panel recommends approval of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine

As we reported earlier, according to The Economist, Ukraine will be able to receive a vaccine against coronavirus approximately in the period from April 2022 to the end of 2023.

"Rich countries will be the first to gain access to coronavirus vaccines, and for poorer countries, the waiting period will last until 2024," reads the message.

Ukraine, according to the signed contracts, has the opportunity to receive vaccines for immunization of 2.1 million people, which is only 5% of the total population.

Related: Ukraine should get first batch of vaccine from Covid-19 in January, - Zelensky



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