Mayor states Lviv to enter red quarantine zone

Source : 112 Ukraine

As of the morning of October 4, 152,841 cases of coronavirus infection were confirmed in Lviv and Lviv region
17:28, 4 October 2021

Andriy Sadovy
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Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy stated that the city will not be able to avoid the red quarantine zone, as it is already part of it, the press service of the Lviv City Council reports.

“We will not avoid the red zone, we are already entering it. I think in a few days the issue will be tougher, because there is an increase in the incidence. The dynamics is negative, considering the number of people with positive PCR tests; there is a big overload in hospitals. 372 people were hospitalized in the ambulance in the morning. 35 people were hospitalized in the last 24 hours, but no one was discharged. This trend has been maintained for the last two days. Also we open the eighth hospital to Covid-patients. As a rule, people who have not been ill and have not been vaccinated get the heavier condition. Therefore, vaccination is important. We also have a positive trend in vaccination. In fact, all schools in the city have already been vaccinated 80% plus,” Sadovyi said.

Related: Over 33,000 people vaccinated in Ukraine on October 3

It should be noted that as of the morning of October 4, 152,841 cases of coronavirus infection were confirmed in Lviv and the region, of which 3,940 were fatal. Over the past 24hrs, the laboratory centers performed 673 PCR tests. As a result, 295 were positive, including 39 from Lviv. A total of 152,841 people were diagnosed with coronavirus infection, and 3,940 people died. 137,176 patients recovered. In the city Covid-19 was confirmed in 73,277 people, of whom 66,363 have already recovered and 1950 have died.

As it was reported earlier, on October 3 it was reported that Kyiv can enter an orange quarantine zone, however it won't happen in the near future.

Related: Pfizer, Moderna vaccines can be produced in Ukraine, - Chief Sanitary Doctor

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