Family of Ukraine's ambassador in Turkey on self-isolation due to Covid-19

Source : 112 Ukraine

Andriy Sybiga urges fellow citizens to take care of themselves and their close ones
08:47, 2 November 2020


Ukraine's Ambassador in the Turkish Republic Andriy Sybiga reported that his family contracted Covid-19. He wrote that on his Facebook page.

The diplomat's family remains indoors until November 12.

"Covid got to our family, too - on self-isolation until November 12. It's a nasty thing. Take care of yourselves and your families; do not ignore the symptoms and basic rules of prevention of illnesses", the Ambassador said.

Earlier, we reported that Australia recorded no new daily coronavirus community infections on November 1 for the first time in nearly five months, health officials said, paving the way for further easing of social distancing restrictions.

Related: 689 new cases of Covid-19 in Kyiv over 24 hours

The state of Victoria, a coronavirus hot spot which accounts for more than 90% of Australia’s 907 coronavirus-related deaths, saw zero new daily infections and no deaths for the second consecutive day.

With no fresh cases of COVID-19 recorded in the rest of the country, Australia saw its first day of no transmissions since June 9, Health Minister Greg Hunt said.

Related: Australia records no new Covid-19 cases for first time in five months


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