Covid-19: Ukraine reports 804 coronavirus cases

Source : 112 Ukraine

135 of them have been recorded over the last 24 hours
11:08, 2 April 2020

The Sun

As of 10:00 am, on April 2, 804 cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were registered in Ukraine. The number of patients has increased by 135. The press service of the Ministry of Health informed about it on its Facebook page.

"According to the Public Health Center, as of 10:00 am, on April 2, there were 804 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ukraine, 20 of which were lethal, 13 patients recovered. Over the last 24 hours, 135 new cases have been recorded," the message reads.

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Speaking on the statistics:

Vinnytsia region - 51 cases; Volyn region - 10 cases; Dnipropetrovsk region - 10 cases; Donetsk region - seven cases; Zhytomyr region - six cases; Transcarpathian region - one case; Zaporizhzhia region - 19 cases; Ivano-Frankivsk region - 74 cases; Kirovohrad region - seven cases; Kyiv - 160 cases; Kyiv region - 64 cases; Lviv region - 11 cases; Luhansk region - three cases; Odesa region - 14 cases; Poltava region - five cases; Rivne region - 19 cases; Sumy region - 26 cases; Ternopil region - 106 cases; Kharkiv region - one case; Kherson region - four cases; Khmelnytskyi region - six cases; Chernivtsi region - 143 cases; Cherkasy region - 54 cases. Chernihiv region - three cases.

Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions and the city of Sevastopol are not available.

As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky once again called on Ukrainians not to violate the quarantine regime.

"We continue to stay at home! Once again, I ask you to grow up! You know, there is a well-known fact that after the Chernobyl accident, higher authorities gathered people for the May Day demonstration. Nobody was afraid then, because “the radiation is invisible.” Coronavirus is also invisible," the president said.

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