Ukraine faces second wave of coronavirus, - PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

Two regions report more than 50% of the occupancy rate in hospitals
17:09, 19 June 2020


The second wave of coronavirus infection has been announced in Ukraine. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal during a session of the Cabinet of Ministers, which was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine TV channel.

He added that two regions of Ukraine reported more than 50% of the occupancy rate in hospitals.

Related: Why number of Ukrainians infected with coronavirus sharply increased?

"Today, the chief doctor of Kyiv City Oleksandrivska Clinical Hospital also announced a significant increase in patients in intensive care. In fact, doctors call this the result of non-compliance with quarantine rules, rules of social distancing, mask mode and disinfection. In fact, the next or the first or second, as you want to call it, wave of coronavirus incidence starts today," Shmygal said.

The Prime Minister added that it was necessary to adhere to the rules of social distancing, the mask regime, as well as disinfection, in order to improve the epidemiological situation.

As we reported earlier, Healthcare Ministry of Ukraine plans to initiate the maximum control over adherence to quarantine measures in connection with the significant increase in the number of coronavirus cases across the country.

Related: Ukraine reports 921 new Covid-19 cases, overall number reaches 34,984

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