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Ukrainian Ministry of Health: Ukraine is in coronavirus red zone

Christian Fernsby |
Ukraine is in the red zone in terms of coronavirus infection.

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Topics: UKRAINE   

The press service of the Ukrainian Ministry of Health reported this.

As of June 22, there were 19,597 active cases of coronavirus in Ukraine. And there are 46.8 active cases of infection per 100,000 people in Ukraine.

As of the morning of June 23, 833 new cases of coronavirus infection were recorded in Ukraine for the past 24 hours. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 1,035 people have died from coronavirus (+23 per day) and 16,956 patients (+314 per day) have recovered. The total number of infected in Ukraine is 38,074.

The countries of the “red zone” are countries in which the number of active cases of coronavirus is over 40 people per 100,000 people.


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