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Situation With Incidence Of Coronavirus In Ivano-Frankivsk Region Stabilized – Presidential Office

Situation With Incidence Of Coronavirus In Ivano-Frankivsk Region Stabilized – Presidential Office

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The Office of the President assures that the situation with the incidence of coronavirus COVID-19 in Ivano-Frankivsk region has stabilized.

Ukrainian News Agency learned this from a statement on the President's website following the results of the traditional conference call between Volodymyr Zelenskyy and representatives of the government and law enforcement agencies on preventing the spread of coronavirus infection.

“In Ivano-Frankivsk region, the situation with the introduction of a “red” level of epidemic danger has stabilized,” the statement reads.

At the same time, according to the Office, the region remains among the leaders in terms of the number of active patients.

Most of them are in the city of Kyiv – 44,600, in Ivano-Frankivsk region – 17,994, in Vinnitsa region – 15,133, in Chernivtsi region – 14,220.

In total, there are now 213,000 active patients in Ukraine.

Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said that over the past week, the number of intensive care beds occupied by COVID-19 patients has increased.

In particular, the week before last, a third of beds were filled, now - almost half: 2,212 out of 4,694.

Also, at the moment, the largest number of artificial lung ventilation devices is used - 1,072.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, the Office of the President states that the first vaccination against the COVID-19 coronavirus reduces the risk of infection by 76%, the second completely.

Also, the Office of the President states that the side effects of vaccination against the Covid-19 coronavirus occur in 0.8% of cases, and no severe cases were recorded.

According to Health Minister Maxim Stepanov, the European Medicines Agency has officially announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine does not increase the risk of blood clots.

On Friday, March 19, the Verkhovna Rada intends to hear the Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov during the hour of questions to the government about the current situation with vaccination.


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