Over the past 24hrs, 1732 people in Ukraine have been diagnosed with coronavirus. This is a record number since the beginning of quarantine and 140 more than in the previous period. This is evidenced by data from the National Security and Defense Council as of Friday morning, August 14.
On Thursday, August 13, 19 Ukrainians died from complications of coronavirus disease. 581 people recovered.
A total of 87,872 people fell ill during the pandemic in Ukraine, of whom 46,797 recovered and fatalities in 2011.
Currently, coronavirus disease is detected:
- Vinnytsia region – 3129 cases;
- Volyn region – 4529 cases;
- Dnipropetrovsk region – 1658 cases;
- Donetsk region – 1049 cases;
- Zhytomyr region – 2333 cases;
- Transcarpathian region – 6080 cases;
- Zaporozhye region – 1038 cases;
- Ivano-Frankivsk region – 6320 cases;
- Kirovohrad region – 739 cases;
- Kyiv – 10,160 cases;
- Kyiv region – 4429 cases;
- Lviv region – 11,658 cases;
- Luhansk region – 171 cases;
- Mykolayiv region – 770 cases;
- Odessa region – 4732 cases;
- Poltava region – 533 cases;
- Rivne region – 7326 cases;
- Sumy region – 783 cases;
- Ternopil region – 3538 cases;
- Kharkiv region – 5583 cases;
- Kherson region – 290 cases;
- Khmelnytsky region – 1514 cases;
- Chernivtsi region – 7264 cases;
- Cherkasy region – 1092 cases;
- Chernihiv region – 1154 cases.
Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions and the city of Sevastopol are missing.
The day before, the National Security and Defense Council predicted that the number of patients with coronavirus infection who need to be hospitalized could triple in a month. The day before, the list of quarantine zones in Ukraine was updated, and a number of cities and districts from five oblasts crossed the “red” border.
Meanwhile, more than 80% of Ukrainians claim that none of their relatives, friends and acquaintances have had a coronavirus infection.