The number of reported cases of Covid-19 coronavirus in occupied Crimea increased by another two. The so-called ‘head of Crimea’ Serhiy Aksenov announced this on Facebook.
"One patient is contacted in a previously confirmed case of a family outbreak. The second was identified upon receipt of information at the Rospotrebnadzor interregional department about a passenger with a temperature along the Moscow-Simferopol train. The passenger was hospitalized in an infectious diseases hospital and a complex of anti-epidemic measures was carried out," he wrote.
Thus, 61 cases of coronavirus infection are currently registered on the territory of the occupied peninsula.
As we reported before, today in Ukraine 1031 medical workers and 358 children have got coronavirus infection. The Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov announced this during a briefing
"In total, 5,449 people fell ill during the pandemic, including 358 children and 1,031 medical workers. In total, 347 people recovered. 141 deaths were reported," Stepanov said.
Also, the World Health Organization donated PCR kits for coronavirus tests to Ukraine.
"In order to ensure high-quality and accurate testing for COVID-19, the World Health Organization transferred to the Public Health Center of Ukraine kits for RNA isolation from 600 samples for further testing by PCR," the report said.