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Over 76,000 beds for Covid-patients, almost 52,000 occupied, - PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

Currently, 98-99% of patients in intensive care units are unvaccinated
17:05, 10 November 2021

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In Ukraine, out of over 76,000 beds allocated for Covid patients, almost 52,000 are currently occupied. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated that during a Cabinet meeting.

"Almost 52,000 beds in Ukraine today are occupied by Covid-19 patients. In total, 76,000 beds have been allocated, and the government continues to increase this number and supply hospitals with additional oxygen," Shmygal said.

He also noted that currently 98-99% of patients in intensive care units are unvaccinated citizens.

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.

During November 9, 267,401 people in Ukraine were vaccinated against Covid-19. 150,663 people received one dose, 116,738 people were fully immunized. Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 11,697,386 people have been vaccinated, 11,697,384 of them have received a single dose, 8,154,792 people have been fully immunized and received two doses (two of them received one dose abroad). A total of 19,852,176 vaccinations were performed.

Related: Ukraine has 10.3 million doses of coronavirus vaccines at its disposal, - Healthcare Minister

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