Kyiv records 359 new coronavirus cases

The city of Kyiv has recorded 359 new coronavirus cases in the past day, bringing the total number to 34,054, according to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko.

"Over the past day, Kyiv recorded 359 new coronavirus patients. Ten people died. In total, the coronavirus has claimed the lives of 684 Kyiv residents," Klitschko wrote on his Facebook page.

According to the mayor, among people who contracted COVID-19 in Kyiv in the past day were 198 women aged 18-87 years; 11 girls aged 6-17 years; 142 men aged 21-83 years; and eight boys aged 1-16 years. In addition, 13 healthcare workers tested positive for COVID-19.

Since the start of the pandemic, 11,744 Kyiv residents have recovered from the coronavirus, including 58 people over the past day.

As of October 25, Ukraine registered 6,088 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 343,498.

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