Covid-19 takes man’s life in Ternopil region

Source : 112 Ukraine

The patient was in a state of moderate severity
10:51, 25 March 2020

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A man who was diagnosed with the Covid-19 has died in the Ternopil region. This was reported by the mayor of Ternopil Serhii Nadal on the air of 112 Ukraine TV Channel.

It is emphasized that this is the first lethal case in the Ternopil region.

A resident of the Kovalivka village, the Monastyryskyi district, died at the age of 68. According to doctors, he was in a state of moderate severity.

Nadal stated that the man had become ill after communicating with other infected people.

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As of 7:00 am, on March 25, 113 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus infection were recorded in Ukraine. Of all 113 cases, four were lethal, one patient has recovered and has already been discharged from the hospital.

As we reported earlier, 430 Ukrainian citizens have been evacuated from Turkey. Oleksandr Aman, Ukraine's Consul General in Istanbul stated about it on his Twitter page.

"430 Ukrainian citizens have just departed from Istanbul to Kyiv with two SkyUp flights. 100 Ukrainians stay in the transit area of Istanbul airport. We continue to render maximum cooperation to our compatriots to ease the conditions of their stay in the airport and the fastest possible return to Ukraine," the diplomat wrote.

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