2,321 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported from Ukrainian Capital Kyiv

Uncategorized2,321 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported from Ukrainian Capital Kyiv

Monitoring Desk: As many as 2,321 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported from Ukrainian Capital Kyiv including 5 doctors.

According to Ukrainian News Agency, figures were shared with media by Mayor Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko.


A report of journalist Anna Rudyk said that in 49 new cases include 26 women (aged 18 to 82 years) two girls (age 5 and 15 years), 11 men (age 29 to 65 years), and two boys who are 9 years old. Four patients were hospitalized while others are treated for self-isolation, under the supervision of doctors.
Most cases over the past day were again found in the Darnytskyi district – 11 patients. In Svyatoshinsky – 9 and 6 cases each in Desnyansky and Obolonsky districts of the capital, “the mayor of Kyiv emphasized.

2,321 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported from Ukrainian Capital Kyiv
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As Ukrainian News reported, in Kyiv all boarding schools will check for coronavirus.

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