New cases of coronavirus in Ukraine are reported by the system for monitoring the distribution of coronavirus of the NSDC of Ukraine.
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As of May 13, 16 425 cases of COVID-19 were registered in Ukraine. The head of the Ministry of Health, Maxim Stepanova, during a briefing, said that among them 1,130 children and 3,208 medical workers.
Unfortunately, 14 people died in the country over the past day, and now the total number of deaths is 439.
However, there is good news, because over the past day a record number of people have recovered. Repeated PCR test showed a negative result in 343 patients. A total of 3,716 people have overcome the disease.
During the day, most of the new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Kharkov, Lviv, Vinnitsa and Chernivtsi regions.
COVID-19 in the regions of Ukraine:
Vinnytsia region – 628 cases; Volyn region – 510 cases; Dnipropetrovsk region-773 cases; Donetsk region – 102 cases; Zhytomyr region – 530 cases; Transcarpathian region – 764 cases; Zaporizhzhya region – 331 cases; Ivano-Frankivsk region – 1144 cases; Kirovograd region – 428 cases; City of Kiev – 1960 cases; Kiev region – 1049 cases; Lviv region – 870 cases; Lugansk region – 42 cases; Nikolaev region – 225 cases; Odessa region – 680 cases; Poltava region – 257 cases; Rivne region – 1045 cases; Sumy region – 157 cases; Ternopil region – 1028 cases; Kharkov region – 672 cases; Kherson region – 165 cases; Khmelnitsky region – 196 cases; Chernivtsi region – 2444 cases; Cherkasy region – 346 cases; Chernihiv region – 79 cases.
Notice! These are statistics excluding data from temporarily occupied areas of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, as well as occupied Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.
Since the beginning of 2020, the Public Health Center has received 41,327 reports of suspected COVID-19. Over the past day, the center received 1038 such messages.
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