In Ukraine, every fifth infected with coronavirus – a medical


As at 30 April in Ukraine coronavirus confirmed in 2063 health workers, reported the Center of public health of Ukraine in Facebook.

Thus, for the last day of the coronavirus identified another 87 physicians.

Since the outbreak of the epidemic in hospitalization needed 350 physicians, others were given outpatient treatment. Now 10 health workers connected to the ventilator.

The Ministry said that 268 health workers have already recovered – re laboratory study showed that they have the virus.

Підтверджено 10 406 випадків COVID-19, з них 540 протягом останньої доби. Зокрема хворобу підтверджено у 717 дітей та 2…

Posted by Центр громадського здоров’я України on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

On the eve of the public health Center reported that in Ukraine from the coronavirus died 15 doctors (today, the Department has not published such data). But at the meeting of the conciliatory Council on 30 April, the people’s Deputy of Ukraine from “European solidarity”, the ex-President Petro Poroshenko said that, according to him, the number of deaths from infection of health care workers has increased to 16, the correspondent of the edition “GORDON”.

As of April 29, most health care workers have been infected in Kirovohrad (36% of the total number of cases) and Vinnytsia regions (33%).

Підтверджено COVID-19 у 1 976 медиків станом на 29 квітня. Найбільше інфікованих медичних працівників у Чернівецькій…

Posted by Центр громадського здоров’я України on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in December 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the American Johns Hopkins University, in the world confirmed by more than 3.2 million cases of infection with coronavirus, more 983,5 thousand patients recovered 227,9 thousand died.

As of the morning of 30 April in Ukraine coronavirus was confirmed in 10 of 406 persons, of whom 261 died and 1238 have recovered.