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  • Update on the spread and prevention of COVID-19 coronavirus infection
    Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, posted 20 October 2021 08:38

    According to the Public Health Center of Ukraine, as of October 18, in Ukraine there have been officially confirmed 18,912 (1,447 children out of this number, 435 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, 14,865,911 vaccines have been made.

    The number of vaccinated persons from COVID-19 from the beginning of the campaign makes up 8,207,903. On October 18, 2021, 226,587people were vaccinated against COVID-19. Of this number 0 people got CoviShield vaccine, 71,111 - CoronaVac vaccine, 112,786 – Comirnaty vaccine, 42,690 – AstraZeneka, Janssen – 0, Moderna – 0.

    Vaccination was carried out by 1,012 mobile immunization teams, 3,085 vaccination points and 354 vaccination centers.

    During the last 24 hours, there have been hospitalized 5,468 persons, 495 patients died, 7,605 persons recovered. There have been conducted 137,355 testings (67,258 using the PCR method,
    14,142 using the ELISA method and research by rapid tests for antigen to SARS-CoV-2 – 55,955).

    During the entire pandemic in Ukraine:

    • 2,679,185 persons contracted COVID-19 infection;
    • 2,344,799 people recovered;
    • 61, 843 people died;
    • 13,709,705 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

    2679185

    18912

    61843

    495

    2344799

    7605

    Kyiv

    246506

    1023

    5741

    29

    225096

    262

    Vinnytsia

    79940

    444

    1904

    7

    73240

    132

    Volyn

    72230

    496

    1368

    7

    63543

    149

    Dnipropetrovsk

    168574

    1253

    5264

    37

    144099

    521

    Donetsk

    116278

    1040

    2913

    6

    98790

    230

    Zhytomyr

    104452

    640

    2189

    21

    92024

    284

    Zakarpattia

    66276

    239

    1697

    7

    61688

    69

    Zaporizhia

    128844

    1225

    2961

    18

    108386

    214

    Ivano-Frankivsk

    97063

    446

    2324

    15

    89495

    62

    Kyiv

    142178

    562

    3052

    18

    130214

    291

    Kirovohrad

    23198

    112

    928

    0

    20615

    62

    Luhansk

    42621

    742

    1369

    27

    31225

    446

    Lviv

    166185

    943

    4292

    29

    140870

    574

    Mykolayiv

    79382

    437

    2122

    15

    72879

    154

    Odesa

    174636

    1606

    3674

    58

    146247

    507

    Poltava

    89820

    935

    2085

    24

    80816

    284

    Rivne

    93199

    782

    1426

    17

    84591

    401

    Sumy

    94942

    912

    1649

    20

    82879

    519

    Ternopil

    83886

    588

    1477

    14

    75758

    317

    Kharkiv

    189887

    1242

    4399

    32

    159161

    773

    Kherson

    53453

    947

    1520

    30

    39849

    105

    Khmelnytsky

    105037

    954

    2201

    19

    93495

    566

    Cherkasy

    94362

    544

    1482

    16

    84267

    216

    Chernivtsi

    99874

    622

    2272

    17

    85741

    209

    Chernihiv

    66362

    178

    1534

    12

    59831

    258


















    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.