"In Ukraine, we see a gradual growth, and it reflects the dynamics that we had in 2020. Therefore, if you look at this dynamics, despite the fact that these are other strains, we can talk about a greater increase in the number of cases in winter period. And since for flu, flu-like diseases for Ukraine, growth is more typical (in the period) mid-October - November and early December, then the second wave is February and March," the minister explained.
The head of the Ministry of Health emphasized that in Ukraine and the EU countries, the dynamics of growth in the number of cases of Covid-19 is different. As an example, he cited the Netherlands, where "literally in three to four days" the number of cases of infection increased from 200-300 to 10,000, lasted three weeks and began to decline.
In Ukraine and the EU countries, the dynamics of growth in the number of cases is different.