Coronavirus News July 12
COVID-19 distribution statistics in Ukraine
Over the past day in the country recorded 678 new cases of infection with a coronavirus disease and 11 deaths due to complications.
Read also. In Ukraine, more than 53 thousand patients, 678 people were infected during the day.
In total, 53,521 residents of Ukraine found COVID-19 from the onset of the pandemic, of which 26,118 people recovered, but 1,383 died.
Now the active number of patients is 26,020.
Coronavirus in the regions of Ukraine as of July 12
Lviv region – 7 003; Kiev – 6,182; Chernivtsi region – 5,140; Rivne region – 4 598;
Transcarpathian region – 3,909; Kiev region – 3,026; Volyn region – 3 042; Ivano-Frankivsk region – 3 029; Kharkov region – 2 649; Ternopil region – 2 231; Vinnytsia region – 2 097; Odessa region – 2 174; Zhytomyr region – 1,532; Dnipropetrovsk region – 1,144; Khmelnitsky region – 908; Kirovograd region – 673; Cherkasy region – 748; Donetsk region – 759; Zaporizhzhya region – 621; Chernihiv region – 607; Nikolaev region – 481; Poltava region – 331; Sumy region – 340; Kherson region – 204; Lugansk region – 93.
Ukraine does not need the help of foreign doctors
This was announced at a briefing by the Ministry of Health by the head of the department, Maxim Stepanov.
As for the direct arrival of medical workers from other countries to Ukraine, now there is no such need,
– noted Stepanov.
Despite this, the Ministry of Health constantly interacts with Western countries through online consultations and teleconsultations.
COVID-19 among doctors
Over the past day, coronavirus was found in about a hundred health workers, so, 96 doctors received a positive PCR test for COVID-19 during the day.
In total, from the onset of a pandemic, the disease was detected in 7,357 physicians, at least 43 of whom died from complications. At the same time, 4,976 medical workers recovered and returned to work.
Coronavirus in the ranks of the APU
Two cases of coronavirus infection among the Ukrainian military were recorded per day. There are 144 military in hospitals, another 535 in self-isolation.
But 442 troops were able to overcome the disease, but 5 died from complications caused by the disease.
The AFU leadership notes that there are no foci of outbreaks of the disease, and most cases of infection occur during episodic meetings of the military with friends or relatives.
Coronavirus Risk / Channel 24 Infographics
Ukrainian doctor said the danger of COVID-19
Coronavirus disease is dangerous for an unpredictable course. A man comes with his own feet, and after a few hours he can no longer live without the use of oxygen.
The condition of the patient COVID-19 can become critical instantly.
Important The condition worsens instantly: a Ukrainian doctor spoke about the progress of COVID-19
The main news about COVID-19 in Ukraine
Seven areas not ready to weaken quarantine
As of July 12, seven areas are not ready to move on to the next phase: quarantine weakening:
Vinnytsia region, Volyn region, Donetsk region, Transcarpathian region, Rivne region, Ternopil region, Chernihiv region.
Police fined a nightclub near Kiev due to quarantine violations
Law enforcement officers found 2 violations at once in one of the nightclubs in the Kiev region. The institution, located in the village of Kozin, worked after 23:00, and its visitors and staff – more than half a thousand people were without protective masks.
Owners are required to pay a fine of 34 to 170 thousand hryvnia.
Penalty for incorrect data on the effectiveness of Proteflazid against COVID-19
The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine fined Ecopharm pharmaceutical company for promising the effectiveness of the drug Proteflazid in the treatment of coronavirus disease.
The company manipulated a study that testified to the effectiveness of Proteflazide in treating people. In fact, scientific evidence does not apply to either COVID-19 or any other human coronavirus. The study examined the effect of the drug on coronavirus in pigs.
More on cheating Alcohol and herbs: the company that releases Proteflazid has been fined 3 million
How Ukrainians have a rest in the countries of the red zone COVID-19
Three out of five countries where Ukrainians can go on holiday still remain in the red zone. Only Turkey and Croatia are in the green.
Upon returning home from Albania, Montenegro and Egypt, tourists should leave in quarantine for two weeks. You can reduce this period by passing the COVID-19 test.
This week, Albania was added to the list of the "red" zone.
Hungary changed the rules for entry of Ukrainians
Hungarian authorities impose severe restrictions on borders from July 15. All citizens from the list of countries of the "red zone" in Hungary will not be allowed. Ukraine was also on this list.
Transit travelers, transport workers, and business people who travel on business trips are exempt from restrictions, although their health status will also be checked.
In fact, this means that restrictions on the entry of Ukrainians will remain while our state is in the "red zone". A decision on the list of such countries will be reviewed every week.
The outbreak of coronavirus in a dormitory in Kiev
An outbreak of a coronavirus was recorded in a hostel of the Kiev National University of Technology and Design. All patients are foreign students.
Now two infected are in the hospital. The location of three more is still unknown. Already identified persons with whom the patients contacted. This is 13 people, but the whereabouts of 6 of them are unknown.
How to Travel Safely During a Pandemic / Channel 24 Infographic
World Coronavirus News July 12
The number of patients with COVID-19 continues to grow in the world, currently the number of infected people is 12,776,232 people (data according to the monitoring system of Johns Hopkins University).
Of the more than 12 million patients, 7,031,617 patients have recovered, but 566,055 people could not overcome the infection, unfortunately, they died from complications.
Top 5 countries for the spread of coronavirus:
USA – 3 271 549; Brazil – 1,839,850; India – 849 553; Russia – 726 036; Peru – 322,710;
In the US, a man became infected at a coronavirus party
Doctors at an American hospital in San Antonio talked about a patient who died from a coronavirus and became infected at a coronavirus party. A 30-year-old man believed that COVID-19 was a hoax.
In the US, there is such a thing as a covid party (COVID party). These parties are organized by someone who has already been diagnosed with coronavirus. And there come people who either do not believe in the existence of the virus, or want to get sick and get immunity.
Swedish leadership regrets not quarantining
The chief epidemiologist of Sweden noted that the country has relied on collective immunity and it seems that this is unjustified.
Now the number of patients in the country is growing. So, over 2 weeks from June 24 to July 7 in Sweden discovered more than 14 thousand new cases.
Despite this, the country did not collapse; the situation is uncritical and controlled. However, this is due to Sweden’s well-developed healthcare system.
In addition, the country also did not manage to avoid economic consequences, despite the fact that strict quarantine was not introduced.
Important Russia announces completion of coronavirus vaccine trials
Humanity will not receive immunity without significant losses
Scientists believe that collective immunity cannot be achieved without significant human loss.
So, only 5% of people who have recovered from coronavirus have antibodies in their blood. Scientists also noticed a significant difference in the formation of immunity depending on the place of residence: antibodies were detected in 10% of participants living in Madrid, but only in 3% of residents of coastal regions.
Russia announced successful trials of vaccine against COVID-19
Scientists at Sechenov Moscow State Medical University have announced the successful completion of clinical trials of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Studies of the drug have been ongoing since June 18. They were attended by 38 volunteers. According to the authors of the study, the injection did not lead to negative effects on the body, except for increased body temperature in the first days after vaccination. Consequently, vaccine safety has been confirmed.