Coronavirus claimed another 56 lives in Ukraine

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3,130 new cases of COVID-19 have been registered in Ukraine. Another 56 people died in a day from complications caused by the coronavirus. This was reported to the Lviv portal by the press service of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.

On September 27 (as of 9:00) in Ukraine 198,634 laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19, of which 3,959 fatal (+56 souls), 87,882 patients recovered (+1009 people). During the day, 3,130 new cases were recorded. A total of 2,209,975 PCR tests were performed.

The largest number of cases was registered in Kharkiv region, Kyiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv, Kyiv and Odesa regions.

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Currently, coronavirus disease is detected:

  1. Kyiv – 21815 cases (+323 cases);
  2. Lviv region – 19,784 cases (+148);
  3. Kharkiv region – 17,364 cases (+494);
  4. Chernivtsi region – 14,009 cases (+107);
  5. Ivano-Frankivsk region – 13,335 cases (+123);
  6. Ternopil region – 12,986 cases (+123);
  7. Odessa region – 12,876 cases (+142);
  8. Rivne region – 12,032 cases (+104);
  9. Transcarpathian region – 9,632 cases (+52);
  10. Kyiv region – 8,714 cases (+143);
  11. Volyn region – 7,632 cases (+132);
  12. Vinnytsia region – 5,900 cases (+116);
  13. Zhytomyr region – 5,656 cases (+125);
  14. Khmelnytsky region – 5,622 cases (+91);
  15. Dniprovska oblast – 5,285 cases (+167);
  16. Chernihiv region – 3,960 cases (+85).
  17. Cherkasy region – 3,694 cases (+124);
  18. Sumy region – 3,672 cases (+123);
  19. Zaporizhia region – 3,663 cases (+95);
  20. Donetsk region – 3,016 cases (+52);
  21. Mykolaiv region – 2,980 cases (+105);
  22. Poltava region – 1,910 cases (+66);
  23. Kirovohrad region – 1,074 cases (+5);
  24. Kherson region – 1049 cases (+49);
  25. Luhansk region – 974 cases (+36);

Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk oblasts and the city of Sevastopol are missing.

We would like to add that there is a free Stop Coronavirus hotline in Lviv. To get a free professional medical consultation, you need to call: 0 800 208 868. The hotline was created on the initiative of Lviv resident Ihor Vasyunyk.

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