The situation with the coronavirus in Ukraine is reported by the monitoring system of the NSDC of Ukraine.
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As of May 23, 20 580 cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Ukraine. During the morning briefing, the head of the Ministry of Health Stepanov said that out of them, 1,494 children and 4,000 health workers.
Since the start of the pandemic, 6,929 patients have recovered in the country. Unfortunately, 605 people died from complications caused by the disease.
Over the past day, most of the new cases of infection were found in the Chernivtsi, Rivne, Lviv regions and in Kiev.
Chernivtsi region and the capital remain the epicenters of COVID-19 in Ukraine – these are the only regions in which more than 2 thousand patients were found.
Coronavirus in the regions of Ukraine on May 23:
Vinnytsia region – 853 cases; Volyn region – 759 cases; Dnipropetrovsk region – 865 cases; Donetsk region – 143 cases; Zhytomyr region – 618 cases; Transcarpathian region – 1042 cases; Zaporizhzhya region – 403 cases; Ivano-Frankivsk region – 1274 cases; Kirovograd region – 466 cases; Kiev – 2569 cases; Kiev region – 1375 cases; Lviv region – 1285 cases; Lugansk region – 43 cases; Nikolaev region – 280 cases; Odessa region – 821 cases; Poltava region – 266 cases; Rivne region – 1368 cases; Sumy region – 166 cases; Ternopil region – 1108 cases; Kharkov region – 892 cases; Kherson region – 177 cases; Khmelnitsky region – 329 cases; Chernivtsi region – 2964 cases; Cherkasy region – 387 cases; Chernihiv region – 127 cases.
Attention! In the information there are no data from the temporarily occupied areas of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, as well as the occupied Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.
Since yesterday, 1,050 reports of suspected COVID-19 have been received at the Public Health Center. Since the beginning of the year, the Center has received 51,686 such messages.
According to Stepanov, Ukraine again carried out a record number of PCR testing during the day – 10,248 studies.
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