According to the Public Health Center of Ukraine, as of 9:00 a.m. on May 28, in Ukraine there have been confirmed 22,382 COVID-19 cases, 669 patients died, 8,439 patients recovered. In total 1,627 cases among children and 4,345 cases among healthcare workers were recorded. During the 24 hours, 477 new cases have been confirmed.
As of May 28, coronavirus disease was registered:
Vinnytsia region – 947 cases;
Volyn region - 851 cases;
Dnipropetrovsk region - 920 cases;
Donetsk region - 158 cases;
Zhytomyr region - 673 cases;
Zakarpattia region – 1,124 cases;
Zaporizhia region - 425 cases;
Ivano-Frankivsk region – 1,339 cases;
Kirovohrad region - 495 cases;
Kyiv – 2,793 cases;
Kyiv region – 1,517 cases;
Lviv region – 1,513 cases;
Luhansk region - 45 cases;
Mykolaiv region - 282 cases;
Odesa region - 861 cases;
Poltava region - 268 cases;
Rivne region – 1,588 cases;
Sumy region - 166 cases;
Ternopil region – 1,131 cases;
Kharkiv region - 981 cases;
Kherson region – 177 cases;
Khmelnytsky region - 386 cases;
Chernivtsi region – 3,201 cases;
Cherkasy region - 401 cases;
Chernihiv region - 140 cases.
Data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions and the city of Sevastopol are not available.
15,410 patients, out of this number 1,362 children and 3,534 medical workers have been undergoing outpatient treatment. A total of 6,872 people were hospitalized, including 265 children and 811 healthcare workers. There are 263 people, including 1 child and 22 healthcare workers, having severe symptoms and undergoing treatment with the use of artificial lung ventilation machines.
The studies were conducted by the Virology Reference Laboratory of the Public Health Center of Ukraine, as well as by regional laboratories. As of morning of May 28, 2020, the Center received 1,110 reports of suspected COVID-19 cases. Since the beginning of 2020, 55,995 COVID-19 suspicions have been received.
The Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine urges when having the first symptoms of respiratory illnesses to call a family doctor. Stay home! Self-isolation is the most efficient way to protect yourself from infection.