News about coronavirus in Ukraine on July 16
Latest COVID-19 Distribution Statistics
In Ukraine, another 848 cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection were discovered yesterday. Consequently, the total number of coronavirus infected in the country increased to 56,455.
A day earlier. July 15 main news about coronavirus: anti-record in Kiev and the discovery of a new antibody
Over the past day, the country conducted 27,413 tests, of which 13,013 by PCR, and another 14,400 by ELISA.
Over the past day, 800 patients recovered. In total, 28 931 patients have overcome the coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic.
Despite this, 1,445 patients were not able to overcome the disease. 18 patients have died over the past day.
COVID-19 in the regions of Ukraine as of July 16:
Vinnytsia region – 2221 (1673 recovered); Volyn Region – 3147 (1954 recovered); Dnipropetrovsk region – 1163 (1055 recovered); Donetsk region – 776 (294 recovered); Zhytomyr region – 1569 (1226 recovered); Transcarpathian region – 4166 (1405 recovered); Zaporizhzhya region – 642 (535 recovered); Ivano-Frankivsk region – 3232 (1259 recovered); Kiev – 6613 (2160 recovered); Kiev region – 3144 (2140 recovered); Kirovograd region – 675 (595 recovered); Lugansk region – 98 (74 recovered); Lviv region – 7622 (1242 recovered); Nikolaev region – 498 (396 recovered); Odessa region – 2375 (1055 recovered); Poltava region – 343 (307 recovered);
Rivne region – 4852 (3247 recovered); Sumy region – 348 (304 recovered); Ternopil region – 2337 (1469 recovered); Kharkov region – 2845 (1547 recovered); Kherson region – 206 (189 recovered); Khmelnitsky region – 930 (789 recovered); Cherkasy region – 783 (609 recovered); Chernivtsi region – 5232 (3115 recovered); Chernihiv region – 628 (292 recovered).
Coronavirus in the Armed Forces of Ukraine: 128 soldiers are now being treated for coronavirus, and another 467 are on self-isolation due to contact with patients. Fortunately, 494 troops have recovered, but another 5 have died from complications caused by COVID-19. COVID-19 among Ukrainian doctors: Over the past day, a coronavirus was found in 51 physicians. Since the beginning of 2020, the disease was diagnosed in 7 591 physicians. At least 43 deaths among health workers are known. However, there is good news, because 5,270 doctors have already recovered.
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Latest about coronavirus in Ukraine
8 regions of Ukraine are not ready to weaken quarantine
According to 4 criteria defined by the Ministry of Health, as of July 16, seven more regions are not ready to go to the next stage of quarantine weakening: Kiev:
Kiev, Vinnytsia region, Volyn region, Donetsk region, Transcarpathian region, Kharkov region, Chernivtsi region, Chernihiv region.
The WHO said that some regions of Ukraine should strengthen quarantine
The head of the WHO office in Ukraine, Jarno Habicht, said that at the national level, Ukraine is ready to weaken quarantine. But despite this, Lviv, Lviv region, Chernivtsi, Transcarpathia, Rivne should strengthen quarantine, because they are responsible for half of all cases.
In Ukraine, less than a third of one-year-old children were vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella due to a pandemic
As of June 1, 2020, only 28.3% of one-year-olds in the country were vaccinated against measles, mumps and rubella (CCP). According to estimates by the Center for Public Health, by the end of 2020, no more than 67.9% of children will be vaccinated with the CCP vaccine. To achieve collective immunity, protection must be provided to at least 66.7% of children.
Zelensky urged not to extend the quarantine for more than a month
President Vladimir Zelensky called not to rush to extend quarantine for more than a month. After all, "everyone is already tired," and the economy should not be paused. According to Zelensky, at first it is possible to extend for a month, and then proceed to develop the situation.
In Vinnytsia region, the outbreak of COVID-19 in several institutions at once
In Vinnitsa region, an outbreak of coronavirus was recorded in several institutions at once: the Tyvrovsky boarding house, the Bratslav educational complex and the Vinnitsa center for cardiovascular pathology. Among the patients: children, staff and medical workers.
In the Dnieper, a driver forcefully pushed a passenger without a mask, dragging him around the cabin
The minibus driver in the Dnieper force pushed a passenger who entered the transport without a mask. It is significant that for the driver himself the protection covered only his mouth. The video shows how the driver forcibly grabbed the passenger by the shoulders and dragged him through the entire cabin, and then pushed him out into the street. The driver accompanied the whole process with abuse.
The minibus driver rudely threw the passenger out of the vehicle: watch the video (18+)
World Coronavirus News July 16
At the time of writing, 13,588,088 coronavirus infected people have been registered in the world. At the same time, 7 606 142 patients recovered, but 584 972 people died.
Top 5 countries for the spread of coronavirus:
USA – 3 499 771; Brazil – 1 966 748; India – 968 876; Russia – 751 612; Peru – 337 751.
Pandemic halts vaccination of children in the world
The WHO said that the pandemic has led to the suspension of immunization programs in many countries, which is why many children were unable to receive a combination vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis. This situation arose for the first time in almost three decades. At least 30 measles vaccination campaigns are either interrupted or threatened with termination, which is likely to result in new outbreaks of the disease.
EU will not allow Ukrainians for at least another two weeks
On July 1, the European Council allowed citizens of 15 third world countries to enter. Ukraine is not on the list. Two weeks later, the list was revised again – Ukraine is expectedly not in the list of “safe” third countries again. This means that for at least another two weeks the EU will not let Ukrainians go.
Russian hackers are trying to steal vaccine data from COVID-19
The UK’s National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC) claims that a Russian hacker group is trying to steal COVID-19 vaccine research data from developers in the US, UK and Canada. NCIC Operations Director Paul Chichester said hackers are likely to be part of the Russian intelligence services. Ukraine joined the accusations against the Russian Federation, but Putin’s spokesman denied government involvement.
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Found another new symptom of coronavirus
Doctors in Spain report that rashes on the inside of the mouth are found in many patients with COVID-19. A rash called enanthema (small spots) on the mucous membranes is very common in patients with other viral infections, such as chicken pox and foot and mouth disease.
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87% of people who have had COVID-19 experience symptoms after recovery
One study by scientists from Italy suggests that among 143 people who had overcome COVID-19, 87% of patients had at least one symptom of coronavirus infection two months after the disease. Scientists believe that on average every tenth person after COVID-19, symptoms persist after 30 days, and in some for several months. Six months later, scientists observe a huge variety of symptoms of coronavirus infection, in particular: hallucinations, mood swings, rashes, diarrhea, abdominal pain, loss of smell, and others. Some may have only one manifestation of the disease, while others may have several.
In Britain, simulated the spread of coronavirus in winter
Scientific studies indicate that SARS-CoV-2 virus can live longer in colder conditions and is more likely to spread when people spend more time indoors. Researchers predicted that only in the UK this winter 120 thousand people can die as a result of coronavirus disease. The peak of the spread of infection is likely to occur in January-February.
Regular heparin can stop the spread of COVID-19 in the body.
Heparin has proven to be a promising drug for blocking the infection of healthy cells with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This is due to the fact that the drug has the ability to bind SARS-CoV-2 protein. This connection was stronger than the interaction of antibodies and antigen. Now heparin is used to prevent blood coagulation, but new studies indicate the drug’s potential for treating COVID-19.
Three distinct immune responses to COVID-19 were detected.
Scientists have identified three distinct immune responses to SARS-CoV2. This will help doctors predict the trajectory of the disease in severe patients with coronavirus and even determine how best to treat them. Although recent studies reveal details on the immune response to the virus, most have focused on single cases or on a small group of people. This is the first large-scale study that determines a comprehensive immune profile among a large number of hospitalized patients. Read more about immunotypes and how they appear, read the link.