News about coronavirus in Ukraine on June 26
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Statistics of patients on June 26
Over the past day in Ukraine, a record number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection was detected – 1109. Most of all cases of COVID-19 infections were again recorded in Lviv region – 209.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic, 41,117 infections have been reported. Over the past day, another 19 people died in the country, all in Ukraine – 1089 deaths. A total of 18,299 patients were able to overcome the disease.
Number of sick physicians: 6420. 3850 recovered.
Coronavirus in the Armed Forces: 153 military are ill.
The number of patients with coronavirus in the regions of Ukraine
Lviv region – 4836 (+209) Kiev – 4726 (+113) Chernivtsi region – 4582 (+51) Rivne region – 3364 (+116) Transcarpathian region – 2547 (+93) Kiev region – 2419 (+46) Ivano-Frankivsk region – 2217 (+46) Volyn region – 2096 (+72) Kharkov region – 1993 (+46) Ternopil region – 1857 (+42) Vinnitsa region – 1788 (+35) Odessa region – 1529 (+64) Zhytomyr region – 1366 (+29) Dnipropetrovsk region – 1081 (+12) Khmelnitsky region – 724 (+79) Kirovograd region – 640 (+4) Cherkasy region – 627 (+11) Zaporizhzhya region – 561 Chernihiv region – 514 (+8) Donetsk region – 412 (+13) Nikolaev region – 384 (+7) Poltava region – 304 (+3) Sumy region – 284 (+7) Kherson region – 190 (+2) Lugansk region – 76 (+1)
The number of deaths in Ukraine
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Chernivtsi region – 178 (+1) Lviv region – 126 (+3) Kiev – 102 (+1) Ivano-Frankivsk region – 99 (+1) Kharkov region – 74 (+3) Transcarpathian region – 73 (+3) Rivne region – 66 (+2) Volyn region – 59 (+2) Kiev region – 48 Kirovograd region – 31 Vinnitsa region – 28 Ternopil region – 27 Zhytomyr region – 27 (+1) Dnipropetrovsk region – 23 Cherkasy region – 23 (+1 ) Odessa region – 21 Zaporizhzhya region – 17 Khmelnitsky region – 15 Poltava region – 13 Chernihiv region – 10 Nikolaev region – 9 Donetsk region – 9 (+1) Sumy region – 5 Kherson region – 3 Lugansk region – 0
What areas are not ready to weaken quarantine?
As of June 26, the following regions are not ready to move on to the next stage of quarantine weakening:
Kiev; Volyn region; Donetsk region; Transcarpathian region; Kiev region; Lugansk region; Lviv region; Odessa region; Rovenskaya region; Khmelnitsky region; Chernivtsi region.
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In the Rivne region, the infectious departments of hospitals for patients with COVID-19 are 70% filled
In the Rivne region in hospitals that take infected with coronavirus infection, the infectious departments are 70% full.
The workload of medical institutions is 24%, and in intensive care units – 36.5%.
"The situation with the coronavirus is not simple, complicated. The epidemic, unfortunately, does not stop its growth. Therefore, we constantly ask you to pay attention to the observance of clear-cut algorithms during a pandemic," said Oleg Vivsyannik, head of the Health Administration of the Regional State Administration.
In Ukraine, many people do not even realize that they had COVID-19
Epidemiologist Yekaterina Soyak said that in Ukraine, many people do not even realize that they had COVID-19, because there are very few antibody tests in the country.
She added that today in Ukraine weakening of the course of COVID-19 disease is observed, in many the disease is asymptomatic.
What I see among my friends doctors and their patients, now the COVID-19 disease is relatively easy, and in some it’s generally asymptomatic,
– said Soyak.
In Kharkov, there are not enough places in the infectious diseases hospital
The Kharkiv Regional Infectious Diseases Hospital critically does not have enough places in intensive care and there are not enough doctors. The beds are set right in the hallway.
In the intensive care unit of the regional infectious diseases hospital in Kharkov, all beds are occupied. Doctors had to put an extra – the thirteenth.
"The intensive care unit is 100% full, or even more. 12 patients are stable. I don’t know how to survive the weekend. Because there is nowhere to transfer the patients. They are still all on mechanical ventilation," said Valentina Maslova, deputy director of the medical department of the infectious diseases hospital. .
The actual number of patients may be greater
Timofey Milovanov, economic economist, citing studies at the Kiev School of Economics (KSE), said on air on Channel 24 that in Ukraine, 150 thousand people have become ill with coronavirus.
“There is a second wave of outbreaks in Ukraine, it began after the restrictions began to be lifted. The incubation period was about 2 weeks. The first restrictions began to be lifted on 11 ma, and if we add 2–3 weeks and several weeks for testing, we see that now we have records, "said Milovanok.
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Many Ukrainians believe that coronavirus was created artificially
Sociologists conducted a survey in late May – early June among Ukrainians.
66% of respondents believe that coronavirus is of artificial origin. One out of every three respondents (37%) believes that coronavirus was "specially designed and intentionally distributed in the world to reduce the population and / or damage to individual countries." Another 29% chose the option that the coronavirus "was made artificially in the laboratory, but its worldwide spread was an accident." Only 18% agree that coronavirus appeared naturally and then spread.
Trainer Volyn Tlumak found COVID-19
The head coach of “Volyn” Andrei Tlumak diagnosed with coronavirus. Tlumak was absent at the helm of the Lutsk club for the First League matches with Chornomorets, which took place on June 25.
Flash on "Troieschina"
In Kiev, the outfit of Troyeshchina recorded an outbreak of coronavirus infection. Coronavirus was found in 5 workers in the clothing market.
Patients have a mild infection and are treated at home under the supervision of doctors. The market continues to operate as usual.
World Coronavirus News June 26
WHO doubts vaccine effectiveness
The head of WHO, Tedros Adan Gebreisus, expressed doubt that scientists will be able to develop an effective vaccine against coronavirus. In his opinion, if the vaccine is still developed, there is a high probability that it will not be available for use for a year.
There is no guarantee that scientists will be able to develop an effective vaccine against COVID-19. It would be very difficult to say with certainty that we will have a vaccine,
– said the head of WHO.
Self-isolation influenced the increase in the number of men with impotence
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected a significant increase in the number of men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Experts attribute the surge of impotence to stress and alcohol abuse, which are observed with strict self-isolation,
The digital health services provider Superdrug Online Doctor in the UK has announced an increase in demand for impotence medications by 13% since May this year.
Found the effects of a pandemic on drug use
The UN said that the number of people who use drugs is growing every year. Nearly 300 million people worldwide now take drugs.
It is noted that due to rising unemployment and other factors during the coronavirus pandemic, the poorest people will be even more vulnerable to the use and production of narcotic substances, as well as to the drug trade.
Coronavirus can trigger a stroke
Another study confirmed an increased risk of stroke with COVID-19. Mount Sinai Hospital specialists reviewed the medical history of 123 patients who were admitted to the hospital with a suspected stroke. When comparing the data, they found that stroke occurred much more frequently in the group of patients with COVID-19.
Scientists urge patients with coronavirus to be examined for neurological changes at an early stage to reduce the risk of serious complications and death.
The legendary tennis player Goran Ivanishevich fell ill
Legendary tennis player Goran Ivanishevich passed a positive test for coronavirus in the past. Ivanishevich passed a positive test after the Novak Djokovic tournament, with which he collaborates.
"Unfortunately, after two negative results in the last 10 days, I have a positive test for COVID-19. I feel good and I have no symptoms," a famous athlete said in the past.
Increased quarantine in Montenegro
In Montenegro, the National Coronavirus Coordinating Authority has quarantined.
Thus, the authorities are trying to contain a new increase in the incidence of coronavirus. Over the past 10 days, 100 new infections have been identified.
Due to the increase in the number of active cases of coronavirus imported from abroad, which then spread throughout Montenegro, the National Coordinating Body decided to ban, in particular, religious gatherings in open public places, with the exception of areas belonging to religious organizations,
– said in a statement.
Recall that on May 24, Montenegro declared itself the first country in Europe to overcome COVID-19.
Ultraviolet radiation destroys coronavirus
Ultraviolet radiation from special lamps effectively destroys the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in 25 seconds.
This was confirmed by studies conducted by the National Laboratory of Infectious Diseases (NIEDL) of Boston University in conjunction with Signify.
For the experiment, the researchers treated the material contaminated with the virus with various doses of ultraviolet radiation from Signify lamps and evaluated how quickly the virus inactivation process went through.