13 more coronavirus cases observed in Chernivtsi region.

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13 more cases of coronavirus infection have been confirmed in the Chernivtsi region. Natalia Husak, the Deputy Head of Chernivtsi regional state administration, reported this on the air of 112 Ukraine TV Channel.

There are already 38 cases of infection in the region, including a man who has successfully recovered.

Related: 84 coronavirus cases diagnosed in Ukraine, - Ministry of Health

Meanwhile, as of 10:00 am, on March 24, there are 84 laboratory-confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus in Ukraine. Such statistics were provided by Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry.

Thus, over the past 24 hours, 11 new cases have been recorded.

As we reported earlier, Ukraine's Ministry of Health encourages people to fight against the "panic virus".

"Due to a three-week quarantine in Ukraine that is introduced in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the population is beginning to feel panic. But you should remember that the 'panic virus' is more terrible than a coronavirus infection. Take care of your mental and physical health," the statement on Ministry's Telegram channel said.

Related: Ukraine to launch mass production of Covid-19 tests, - Ministry of Health

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