984 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Ukraine
As of August 3, 2021, 984 new confirmed COVID-19 cases were recorded in Ukraine (including 59 children and 48 medical workers).
This is evidenced by data from the Ministry of Health as of Wednesday morning, August 4.
Also, in the last 24 hours:
- 572 people were hospitalized;
- 43 fatalities;
- 570 people recovered;
Tested per day:
- by PCR: 22 533 people,
- by EIA: 8,064 people,
- express tests:16,845 people.
During the entire pandemic in Ukraine:
- 2,255,345 people fell ill;
- 2,188,273 persons recovered;
- 53,024 fatalities were recorded;
- 11,446,663 PCR tests were performed.
Over the last 24 hours, the largest number of confirmed cases was registered in Kyiv (236), Donetsk (91), Kharkiv (75), Kherson (71), and Dnipropetrovsk (64) regions.
Number of infections in the regions per day:
- Kyiv – 236 cases;
- Vinnytsia region – 19 cases;
- Volyn region – 3 cases;
- Dnipropetrovsk region – 64 cases;
- Donetsk region – 91 cases;
- Zhytomyr region – 20 cases;
- Zakarpattia region – 4 cases;
- Zaporizhzhia region – 53 cases;
- Ivano-Frankivsk region – 9 cases;
- Kyiv region – 34 cases;
- Kirovohrad region – 7 cases;
- Luhansk region – 43 cases;
- Lviv region – 34 cases;
- Mykolaiv region – 16 cases
- Odesa region – 46 cases;
- Poltava region – 23 cases;
- Rivne region – 29 cases;
- Sumy region – 18 cases;
- Ternopil region – 19 cases;
- Kharkiv region – 75 cases;
- Kherson region – 71 cases;
- Khmelnytskyi region – 35 cases;
- Cherkasy region – 23 cases;
- Chernivtsi region – 10 cases;
- Chernihiv region – 2 cases.
Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions, and the city of Sevastopol are missing.
Adaptive quarantine is in force in Ukraine, the country is divided into zones.
There are no regions left in Ukraine in the red, orange, and yellow zones. All regions are in the green zone.
In Ukraine, more than 5.5 million coronavirus vaccinations have been performed, and more than 2 million people have received two doses.
Coronavirus in the world
As of Wednesday morning, more than 200 million people in the world became infected with COVID-19. This was reported by Worldometers.
A total of 200,259,203 people have been infected with COVID-19 worldwide, of whom 180,526,747 have recovered. The death toll rose to 4,258,679.
The countries with the highest prevalence of coronavirus are the United States (36,049,015), India (31,767,965), Brazil (19,986,073), Russia (6,334,195), France (6,178,632), the United Kingdom (5,923,820), Turkey (5,795,665) and Argentina (4,961,880).
The highest number of deaths among the world countries was recorded in the USA (630,497), Brazil (558,597), and India (425,789).
Respiratory COVID-19 disease, an infection caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, was first recorded in the Chinese province of Hubei, in late 2019. Since then, infection with the virus has been recorded in 188 countries, including Ukraine. The World Health Organization has recognized the spread of the disease as a pandemic since March 11 last year.