“We have provided family doctors and emergency services with quick tests. And they, by medical standards, will be able to quickly diagnose patients at home. This will help confirm or rule out the diagnosis of coronavirus more quickly. And people will not need to go to the hospital to see a family doctor," - Vitaly Klitschko noted.
He added that there is no exact data on how many people infected with coronavirus are there in the Ukrainian capital.
As we reported before, second Ukrainian citizen died of coronavirus infection in Italy. The woman was in the risk group. Press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kateryna Zelenko and Head of the department of consular service of Ukraine's MFA Serhiy Pohoreltsev reported that.
Earlier we reported that there are 26 officially confirmed coronavirus cases in Ukraine.