Number Of Coronavirus-Infected People In Kyiv Up 81 Including 3 Medical Workers.

Censor.NET reports citing Chairperson of the Kyiv City State Administration, Vitali Klitschko post on Telegram.

The number of newly-infected people included 51 women aged 18-78, 23 men aged 18-80, three girls aged 2-14, and four boys aged 7-17.

12 patients were hospitalized and the rest of the newly-infected people are staying in self-isolation.

Read more: Kyiv city not ready to ease quarantine measures

A total of 33 people recovered on June 24.

Since the start of the epidemic, a total of 1,473 residents of Kyiv have recovered.

The largest number of coronavirus cases on June 24 was registered in Darnytskyi district - 13, Obolonskyi district - 12, in Solomiyanskyi district – 12, and in Shevchenkivskyi district - 9.

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