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People aged 31 to 40 years most affected by Covid-19 in Ukraine, - Ministry of Health

Source : 112 Ukraine

This is 22% of the total number of infected
20:25, 29 March 2020
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In Ukraine, people aged 31 to 40 years are most affected by the Covid-19 coronavirus. Such data as of March 29 was reported on the "Coronavirus. Info." Telegram channel of the Ministry of Health.

“If we consider the age structure of patients with laboratory-confirmed cases of Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, then people aged 31 to 40 are at risk. This is 22% of the total,” said the Deputy Minister of Health Viktor Lyashko.

Detailed statistics of the disease by age group is now as follows:

▪️From 0 to 10 years - 5.4%;

▪️From 11 to 20 years - 4.5%;

▪️From 21 to 30 years - 12.5%;

▪️From 31 to 40 years old - 22.4%;

▪️From 41 to 50 years - 20.4%;

▪️From 51 to 60 years - 21.3%;

▪️From 61 to 70 years - 11.9%;

▪️From 71 to 80 years - 1.4%;

▪️From 81 to 90 years - 0.2%.

 
President Zelensky held a meeting with representatives of the Cabinet of Ministers and the main government departments responsible for combating the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus. This was reported by the press service of the head of state.

“Already the second plane brought today personal protective equipment, disinfection, necessary medical equipment. Manufacturers have huge queues for the necessary equipment to overcome the infection. But they make a priority for the Ukrainian government, so we don’t have to wait for purchases for weeks. Next week we expect the arrival of several more aircraft," the president said.

Zelensky also stressed that each pharmacy should have masks.

"And not at prices inflated ten times, but at normal, affordable ones. And it is important that our doctors are protected because they are actually at the forefront today. The National Guard must be protected and, certainly, our military," he stressed.
 
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