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Covid-19 incidence rate in Ukraine reducing for two consecutive weeks, - Healthcare Minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

6,545 new cases have been observed over the last 24 hours
10:42, 21 December 2020

Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov
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Ukraine has been witnessing a reducing number of new cases of coronavirus. Maksym Stepanov, the Healthcare Minister reported that on a briefing.

"Over the previous week, 70,327 cases of infection with coronavirus infection were detected - unlike the week before the last week, when there were 78,712. We've been observing the decreasing number of detected cases for a third consecutive week already", Stepanov said.

He also added that the number of active cases in Ukraine has dropped, too.

6,545 new cases have been observed in this country over the last 24 hours. 970,993 got infected with coronavirus since the pandemic began. 586,268 recovered (+5,106 per 24 hours); 16,655 deceased (+80 per day).

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Over the last 24 hours, the largest numbers of new cases were observed in Kyiv (673), Odesa region (651), Dnipropetrovsk region (598), Zaporizhya region (570), and Kyiv region (456).

Leading authorities of the EU could completely shut down all sorts of connections with the UK, after the decision of some EU member countries to do so. Bild has respective data at its disposal.

The Eurotunnel under the English Channel has been closed due to the decision of the French government to close the borders. Belgium also closed borders at least for 24 hours.

According to the German outlet, the EU will follow this path and close all passenger connections to and from the UK, including the maritime and railway routes. It means that all seaports will be closed for the British vessels, too.

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