59 people tested for Covid-19 in Kyiv region

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59 people are tested for coronavirus infection in Kyiv region as Chair of Kyiv Regional State Administration Vasyl Volodin reported on Facebook.

18 suspicions were spotted in Obukhiv area, 15 in Kyiv-Svyatoshyn district, six in Brovary area, five in Irpin city, four in Bila Tserkva city and Vyshhorod area, three in Boryspil area, one in Bila Tserkva, Fastiv, Stavyshche and Vasylkiv areas.

220 people stay under the medical observation in Kyiv region. All of them contacted a person infected with the coronavirus.

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Volodin added that 22 cases of Covid-19 infection spotted in Kyiv region; seven of them are hospitalized, 15 stay in self-isolation.

It is known that 11 diseased stay in Obukhiv area, four in Kyiv-Svyatoshyn district, two in Brovary, one in Boryspil, Stavyshche, Irpin, Bila Tserkva and Bila Tserkva area.

As of 7:00 am, on March 25, 113 cases of Covid-19 coronavirus infection were recorded in Ukraine. Of all 113 cases, four were lethal, one patient has recovered and has already been discharged from the hospital.

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