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Over 600 passengers from Poland delivered to Lviv on special trains, seven taken to hospitals

Source : 112 Ukraine

Five trains arrived in Ukraine from Przemysl
10:02, 21 March 2020

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More than 600 passengers arrived in Lviv on special trains from Poland on March 20, 7 of which were hospitalized. The acting Director of the Health Department of the Lviv Regional State Administration Andriy Vasko stated this during a briefing, Interfax reports.

Related: 39 cases of coronavirus infection recorded in Ukraine

“Today, 5 trains arrived in Ukraine from Przemysl to Kyiv. From 500 to 800 people were in each train. All passengers were measured the temperature at the border and in Lviv, and as a result of these actions 7 people were taken to the infectious diseases hospital,” - he said.

According to him, in total about 660 passengers left in Lviv. Those who were not hospitalized signed an agreement on awareness of the norms of Ukrainian laws that apply to those arriving from abroad in connection with quarantine.

As we reported before, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, 146 Ukrainians are quarantined abroad, and three died due to coronavirus.

Related: Ukraine will receive tests for coronavirus, - PM Shmygal

In total, 146 Ukrainians are quarantined in connection with the coronavirus, of which 101 are in Poland, 16 in Brazil, 7 in Germany, 3 in the UAE, 2 in the USA, Australia, Moldova and Great Britain, 7 in Vietnam, one in Romania, Cuba, China and Israel.

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