Covid-19 in Ukraine: Hospital beds full by almost 50% in three regions

Source : 112 Ukraine

The most occupied hospitals are in Mykolaiv, Cherkasy and Chernihiv regions
15:06, 13 December 2020

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Hospital beds are almost 50 % full only in three regions of Ukraine - as long as it comes to people hospitalized with Covid-19. This is evidenced by data from the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

Thus, the most occupied hospitals are in Mykolayiv (62.6%), Cherkasy (55.8%) and Chernihiv (52.1%) regions. In Kyiv, this figure equals 48.5% of beds.

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On average, 41.5% of such beds are occupied in the country. It is noted that the Covid-19 incidence is decreasing in Ukraine.

As we reported earlier, over the last 24 hours, Ukrainian doctors confirmed 9,176 new cases of Covid-19, including 494 children and 313 healthcare workers.

2,969 people have been taken to hospitals during this period; 156 patients deceased, and 7,563 recovered. 41,489 tests have been taken.

Related: Situation with Covid-19 incidence in Ukraine stabilized, - Healthcare Minister

Most of the confirmed cases have been observed in Kyiv city (1,125), Kyiv (740), Dnipropetrovsk (709), Odesa (1,357), Zaporizhzhia (807) regions. 

885,039 people have got sick since the pandemic began in Ukraine, 494,001 recovered.

Also, the COVAX mechanism has officially approved Ukraine's request for a vaccine against coronavirus infection.

Related: Mayor Klitschko comments on possibility of conducting mass Covid-19 testing in Kyiv

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