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CovidUkraine: 8,513 new cases, 232 deaths reported over last 24hrs

Source : 112 Ukraine

Over 600,000 people have managed to recover since the beginning of the pandemic in the country
10:39, 22 December 2020

AP

Over the last 24 hours, 8,513 new cases of coronavirus infection have been observed in Ukraine. This was announced by Health Minister Maksym Stepanov.

979,506 people have fallen ill since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country, 600,288 (+14,020 per day) have recovered, and 16,897 (+232) have succumbed to the disease.

The largest number of confirmed cases has been registered in the city of Kyiv (1159), Dnipropetrovsk (992), Odesa (914), Zaporizhia (665), and Kyiv (559) regions.

Related: Ukraine to get Covid-19 vaccine later than others,- The Economist

Speaking on the number of cases in each region: Kyiv - 102 282 cases; Vinnytsia region - 21,145 cases; Volyn region - 31,138 cases; Dnipropetrovsk region - 54,147 cases; Donetsk region - 32,760 cases; Zhytomyr region - 36,810 cases; Zakarpattia region - 27,303 cases; Zaporizhia region - 48,454 cases; Ivano-Frankivsk region - 42,090 cases; Kyiv region - 54,022 cases; Kirovohrad region - 7,861 cases; Luhansk region - 8,994 cases; Lviv region - 57,401 cases; Mykolaiv region - 27,479 cases; Odesa region - 65,503 cases; Poltava region - 32,506 cases; Rivne region - 38,920 cases; Sumy region - 38,321 cases; Ternopil region - 32,579 cases; Kharkiv region - 65,652 cases; Kherson region - 15,973 cases; Khmelnytskyi region - 36,840 cases; Cherkasy region - 35,413 cases; Chernivtsi region - 38,555 cases; Chernihiv region - 27,358 cases.

As we reported earlier, in addition to the Netherlands, Denmark, and Australia, the highly contagious coronavirus mutation, which was initially detected in the United Kingdom, has already infiltrated two other countries - Iceland and Italy. 

Related: Covid-19: Bed-occupancy of Ukrainian hospitals at 41%

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