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Ukraine Gets Back To Quarantine Restrictions Of Orange Zone Of Epidemic Danger

Ukraine Gets Back To Quarantine Restrictions Of Orange Zone Of Epidemic Danger

Ukraine, Coronavirus, quarantine, COVID-19, Lockdown, orange zone, SARS-CoV-2

On January 25 at 12 a.m., Ukraine returned to the quarantine restrictions of the orange zone of epidemic hazard.

Health Minister, Maksym Stepanov, has said this at a briefing, the Ukrainian News Agency reports.

The orange zone restrictions envision a ban: on mass events (with the participation of over 20 people); visiting higher education establishments in groups of over 20 students; holding planned hospitalizations and surgical operations (except for urgent cases); visiting of social protection establishments.

Besides, they envision a ban on work of disco and night clubs, etc.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, current quarantine in Ukraine will last until February 28.

On January 24, the number of newly-registered Covid-19 cases in Ukraine rose by 2,516 over January 23 to 1,194,328, and the number of deaths increased by 63 over January 23 to 21,924; at the same time, the number of new cases fell by 35.7%, and the number of new lethal cases fell by 24.1%.

According to the report, as at the morning of January 25, there were 1,194,328 laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 cases registered in Ukraine, the number included 21,924 lethal cases; besides, 953,297 people had recovered.

On January 24, a total of 2,516 new cases of the disease were recorded, 63 people died, and 5,783 people recovered.

Therefore, as at January 24, the indicator of newly-infected people was higher than the number of those, who recovered (5,783 vs 2,516).

As at the morning of January 25, the overall number of those, who are staying ill with the Covid-19 (less the recovered and died) made 219,107, down 1.5% over January 24.

Since the start of the epidemic, the largest number of coronavirus-infected people has been registered in the city of Kyiv (126,264), Odesa region (80,220), and Kharkiv region (76,464).