Crimean Human Rights Group reports 515 Covid-19 cases in occupied Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the human rights activists, the number of officially confirmed coronavirus cases is steadily growing
08:06, 28 May 2020

515 cases have been reported in the occupied Crimea

515 cases of coronavirus infection, 14 of which were fatal, have already been observed in the occupied Crimea. Crimean Human Rights Group organization reported it on its Facebook page.

As of May 27, 355 cases of coronavirus infection were registered in the Crimea, 11 people died. In Sevastopol - 160 COVID-19 cases, three of which were fatal.

According to human rights activists, both the number of officially confirmed cases of COVID-19 and the number of medical institutions, in which cases of infection among employees have been detected, are steadily growing.

Related: Ukraine's PM orders to create three-month supply of medical means for fighting Covid-19

As we reported earlier, Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers extended the program for economic stimulus to overcome the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to Prime Minister Denys Shmygal, the government was developing the program for six weeks.

“We involved dozens, exactly, 90 developers, the best think tanks of the country, dozens of business associations and particular companies (including the representatives of small and medium business),” PM said.

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