Covid morbidity rate in Ukraine increased first time in several months, - minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

The number of newly infected people grew over the last week
23:00, 19 July 2021

Chief Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko

The coronavirus morbidity rate in Ukraine has increased for the first time in several months. Viktor Lyashko, the Healthcare Minister of Ukraine said so as cited by press service of the Office of the President.

The number of newly infected people grew over the last week.

"Specifically, 3,460 newly infected were observed over the last week; that's 253 more than during the previous period", reads the message.

Earlier, we reported that the vaccines used for inoculations of the locals in India, including Russia's Sputnik V are considered effective for combating the Delta strain. Dr. N.K. Arora, the Chair of Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium said so in his commentary for Indian news agency ANI

Related: CovidUkraine: 182 new cases over last 24hrs

The official cited the ICMR, the Indian Council of Medical Research, which conducted the respective study that proved the efficiency of these vaccines against this particular strain.

Currently, India uses the vaccine of Indian Institute of Serum (CoviShield), which was created under the license from AstraZeneca, Russia's Sputnik V and a drug developed by Bharat Biotech Covaxin.

Related: Anti-Covid vaccines used in India considered effective against Delta strain

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