For the past 24hrs, on September 26, they registered in Ukraine 3,007 new cases coronavirus disease.
According to the “Newsroom”, this is the link, which on Monday, September 27, published press service of the Ministry of Health.
With 1,478 people have been hospitalized in the past (preliminary result – 2,325).
According to official data, recovered 952 persons. From complications died 94 man.
On the largest daily indicator of the ability to inform on April 7, 2021 – 481.
The anti-record of new detected cases of “cooperation” with the beginning of the epidemic was recorded on April 2, 2021 – 20,341.
The whole time of the coronavirus epidemic in Ukraine officially diagnosed in 2,395,404 people. Of them 2,245,144 people recovered and 55,720 died.
By data Johns Hopkins University, the world as of the morning of September 27, 2021 laboratory recorded more 231 848 million cases of infection coronavirus. Over 4.748 million people died from a complication included in COVID-19. Vaccination was carried out – more than 6.089 billion.
As of today, it is registered in Ukraine 94,540 active cases COVID-19. For a day the number of “active” diseases increased by 1,961.
On the eve, on Sunday, showing the dynamics of new sick population +3 595, on Saturday +5 313, on Friday +6 503, on Thursday +5 428, on Wednesday +4 554, on Tuesday +2866, on a minute Monday + 1 656.
The number of active coronavirus diseases in Ukraine is growing 47 days in a row.
According to the Ministry of Health, 286 children and 32 medical workers were abducted for purchasing a “covid”.
To obtain the tested PCR-13 method 202 persons, ELISA-2 688 method, rapid tests-11 022.
During the whole epidemic in Ukraine PCR tests-1271080 were carried out.
Recently, the largest number of confirmed cases was registered in Dnipropetrovsk (371), Chernivtsi (282), Lviv (241), Kharkiv (233) and Ternopil (180) regions.
During the day on September 26 in Ukraine it was vaccinated against the “leader” of 37,153 people. The first dose was given to 21,836 people; fully immunized, received another dose – 15 317.
Vaccination was carried out by 308 mobile teams, 1,119 points of increase, 357 vaccination centers.
Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, more than 6,781,527 people, of whom 6,781,525 received one dose, have been fully immunized and received two doses – 5,458,838 (of whom two received one dose abroad). A total of 12,240,363 vaccinations were performed.
The four regional threats to the transition to the “red” zone – the Ministry of Health
We can start registering cases of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China from December 2019, which will not be encountered by humans. The virus is thought to have spread from infected animals to the seafood and meat market in Wuhan.
The disease may be accompanied by fever, cough, shortness of breath, loss of smell and sometimes decreased, pneumonia. At least 80% of infected people try to go the easy way.
In Ukraine, the current rate of aircraft is about 2%.
On March 11, 2020, the WHO officially announced the global pandemic COVID-19.
On March 3, 2020, COVID-19 coronavirus infection was detected in Ukraine for the first time in Ukraine. A resident of Chernivtsi region, who arrived from Italy with his wife, became infected. On March 20, it became known that he refused.
The first death from coronavirus in Ukraine was recorded on March 13, 2020: the measurement of the 71st woman in a hospital in Radomish. She returned from Lviv to Poland on March 1, and then went to Zhytomyr Region.
Quarantine restrictions in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in Ukraine have been invited since March 12, 2020.
From March 17-18, Ukraine closed its borders, determined the movement of the metro, intercity and interregional passenger services, increased restrictions on the operation of establishments serving trade, the transition to settlements and established liability for their violation.
From April 6, the government tightened quarantine measures and further adjusted them.
On April 22, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the quarantine until May 11, after which it eased it somewhat, but extended the remaining quarantine restrictions.
The message of quarantine restrictions in Ukraine started on May 11. On May 20, the government calls for adaptive quarantine until June 22 (if restrictive measures are introduced, they will be gradually eased depending on the epidemic situation in each region).
On May 23, Kyiv released in the usual mode of land public transport, from May 25 – the subway.
The next stages of the quarantine message in Ukraine began on June 5, and then on June 10. The government’s June 17 decision extended the adaptive quarantine until July 31. Later it was extended until the end of the summer.
On August 22, President Zelensky announced that the “first wave” of the coronavirus had arrived in Ukraine only now.
On August 27, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the adaptive quarantine, but waived strict restrictions throughout Ukraine.
On November 11, 2020, Prime Minister Denis Shmigal said that instead of adaptive quarantine, the government was returning the general one and also calling for a tough “weekend quarantine.” This practice was appointed on December 5, at the same time the authorities announced an “intellectual lockdown” – from 8 to 24 January 2021.
On January 25, 2021, Ukraine returned to the quarantine restrictions that existed in December 2020.
On March 25, the Ministry of Health was renewed in the quarantine zone: Kyiv and 10 oblasts were described in the “red” zone. A hard lockdown took place in Kyiv on April 5 – in the subway and other public transport it was possible to attract only with special passes.
From May 1, Kyiv sent a quarantine. On May 7, the Ministry of Health stated that the situation in Ukraine was stabilizing, after which there were no oblasts left in the “red” zone.
In August, the government extended the quarantine restrictions until October 1, 2021, and then until December 31.
On September 23, the whole of Ukraine moved from the “green” zone to the “yellow” zone of epidemiological restriction, but with changed opportunities for vaccinated people.
The European Union calls two countries on the “green” list