Daily mortality from Covid-19 anti-record set in Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

1,740 people became infected with the coronavirus in the capital (272,768 in total) during November 9
12:30, 10 November 2021

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During the past 24 hours, on November 9, 73 deaths from coronavirus were recorded in Kyiv. This is the highest figure in the capital since the beginning of the pandemic, Kyiv mayor Vitaly Klitschko reports on a briefing.

During the past 24 hours, 1,740 people fell ill with Covid-19 in the capital (a total of 272,768). That includes 992 women aged from 18 to 96 years, 639 men aged from 18 to 96 years, 52 girls aged 2 months to 17 years and 57 boys aged from 11 days to 17 years.

Also during the past day, 73 more deaths from the virus occurred (with a total of 6,677). 38 women aged 34 to 95 and 35 men aged 26 to 85 passed away.

At the same time, 199 patients with Covid-19 and 314 with suspected Covid-19 and pneumonia were hospitalized. 975 recovered from coronavirus (236,151 in total).

Most cases of the disease were found in the Darnytskyi (261), Dniprovskyi (228) and Desnyanskyi (204) districts.

The occupancy of beds in medical institutions in Kyiv today is 73%. And in some hospitals it makes 99-100%. 85% of hospitalized need oxygen support. Over 70% of beds are equipped with oxygen.

"Kyiv is in the red zone. And the situation is getting worse. We have queues for the funeral service for death certificates. And queues at the crematorium. We have queues of ambulances in the admission departments of hospitals. Someone does not believe in this and says all sorts of nonsense?! Then go and see! Talk to doctors and relatives of patients. The main thing I call for: follow safety rules - masks, antiseptics, distance. Get vaccinated! Do not visit public places unnecessarily. Do not use public transport unless absolutely necessary," Klitschko said.

As it was reported, 23,283 people contracted coronavirus in Ukraine over the last 24 hours, on November 9. This number includes 1,539 children and 529 doctors.

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