Ukraine registers 84 COVID-19 cases

As of 10.00 on March 24, laboratories have confirmed 84 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19), according to the Public Health Center (PHC), a press service of the Health Ministry of Ukraine reported.

According to the PHC report on Facebook, three are fatal, one patient has recovered and has already been discharged from the hospital.

"Eleven new cases have been registered over the last 24 hours," the report said.

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