• Українською
  • Update on the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection
    Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, posted 01 September 2021 08:24

    According to the Public Health Center of Ukraine, as of August 31,2021, in Ukraine there have been officially confirmed 2,075 (153 children out of this number, 52 healthcare workers) new cases of COVID-19 infection.

    The COVID-19 vaccination campaign started on February 24, 2021. Since the beginning of the immunization campaign, 9,239,171 people have been vaccinated.

    The number of vaccinated persons from COVID-19 from the beginning of the campaign makes up 5,413,772. On August 31, 2021, 157,049 people were vaccinated against COVID-19. Of this number 0 people got CoviShield vaccine, 41,565 - CoronaVac vaccine, 49,779 – Comirnaty vaccine, 12,787– AstraZeneka, Janssen – 0, Moderna – 52,918.

    Vaccination was carried out by 981 mobile immunization teams, 2,962 vaccination points and 327 vaccination centers.

    During the last 24 hours, there have been hospitalized 874 persons, 44 patients died, 925 persons recovered. There have been conducted 63,401 testings (28,140 using the PCR method, 8,159 using the ELISA method and research by rapid tests for antigen to SARS-CoV-2 – 27,102).

    During the entire pandemic in Ukraine:

    • 2,288,371 persons contracted COVID-19 infection;
    • 2,208,865 people recovered;
    • 53,833 people died;
    • 12,008,463 testings have been conducted.
    • The number of people with coronavirus disease in regions:







      Region

      Confirmed

      Registered death

      Recovered

      total

      during 24 hours

      total

      during 24 hours

      total

      during 24 hours

      Ukraine

      2288371

      2075

      53833

      44

      2208865

      925

      Kyiv city

      224492

      268

      5281

      2

      216150

      138

      Vinnytsia

      72515

      34

      1726

      2

      70147

      45

      Volyn

      62647

      35

      1206

      0

      61181

      4

      Dnipropetrovsk

      138681

      108

      4676

      8

      132409

      66

      Donetsk

      93827

      139

      2479

      5

      89983

      92

      Zhytomyr

      89799

      63

      1828

      0

      87270

      11

      Zakarpattia

      62588

      24

      1612

      0

      60670

      13

      Zaporizhia

      106928

      58

      2484

      0

      103316

      40

      Ivano-Frankivsk

      87886

      81

      2120

      1

      85028

      21

      Kyiv

      129517

      70

      2797

      0

      125560

      26

      Kirovohrad

      20983

      15

      874

      1

      19911

      6

      Luhansk

      28563

      115

      1012

      4

      26591

      48

      Lviv

      139855

      121

      3720

      1

      134792

      68

      Mykolayiv

      71037

      33

      1885

      1

      68839

      19

      Odesa

      144617

      103

      3081

      5

      139052

      42

      Poltava

      79102

      28

      1885

      0

      76735

      15

      Rivne

      80408

      65

      1217

      1

      78737

      34

      Sumy

      79445

      43

      1355

      0

      77535

      40

      Ternopil

      71486

      73

      1223

      0

      69496

      38

      Kharkiv

      152208

      177

      3687

      7

      146288

      52

      Kherson

      38011

      120

      1216

      0

      35533

      6

      Khmelnytsky

      90430

      93

      1926

      2

      87728

      48

      Cherkasy

      82959

      49

      1334

      0

      80915

      25

      Chernivtsi

      81832

      128

      1843

      4

      78579

      21

      Chernihiv

      58555

      32

      1366

      0

      56420

      7


















      Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions and the city of Sevastopol are not available.

      The Ministry of Health reminds that following three simple rules of anti-epidemic safety - keeping a distance, wearing a mask and using hand sanitizers - saves lives. Take care of yourself and your family. When having the first signs of respiratory illness, be sure to call your family doctor or the contact center of the Ministry of Health phoning 0 800 60 20 19.