In the Kherson region, three new cases of COVID-19 were detected in a day – news on UNN


KIEV. August 2. UNN. In the Kherson region for the last days more than 1.3 thousand researches on detection of a coronavirus from which 3 new laboratory confirmed cases on COVID-19 are recorded are carried out. The head of the Kherson regional state administration Yury Gusev wrote about it on Facebook, transfers UNN.

“Over the past day, 220 PCR tests and 1,116 ELISA tests for coronavirus were performed, and 3 new laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 were recorded,” the head of the regional state administration wrote.

He said that two women, aged 54 and 31, residents of the village of Nadezhdivka, Chaplynsky district. Contacted a previously identified patient with COVID-19. And another woman, 41 years old, a resident of Kakhovka. Examined as a patient with SARS.

“Their condition is satisfactory. They are in self-isolation, under daily medical supervision, ”Gusev wrote.

In particular, the head of the regional state administration announced 2 new recoveries per day, residents of Kherson, a woman, 54 years old and a man, 53 years old.

“So far, there are 230 laboratory-confirmed cases of coronavirus in the region. Of them:
– 207 people overcame the disease;
– 20 – infected with COVID-19;
“Three died,” he wrote.

“11,232 test systems are available in the region for the first and second stages of PCR,” the statement reads.

We will remind, according to the last data of the Ministry of Health in Ukraine 71 056 cases of a coronavirus disease of COVID-19 are recorded, from them 1709 – lethal. From August 1, the rules of quarantine in Ukraine have been changed until the end of the summer: now the regions will be divided into “zones” depending on the four main indicators of the incidence of COVID-19.

Respiratory disease COVID-19, an infection caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, was first recorded in the Chinese province of Hubei, in late 2019. Since then, infection with the virus has been recorded in 185 countries, including Ukraine. Since March 11, the World Health Organization has recognized the spread of the disease as a pandemic.


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