Ukraine records 8,404 new COVID-19 cases per day, 19,453 recoveries – Stepanov.

As of Friday morning, 8,404 new cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) disease were recorded in Ukraine, 19,453 people recovered and 379 people died, Minister of Health of Ukraine Maksym Stepanov has said.

"Some 8,404 new cases of coronavirus disease were recorded in Ukraine as of May 7, 2021. In particular, 353 children and 185 health workers fell ill. Also, over the past day, 3,080 people were hospitalized, 379 people died and 19,453 people recovered," Stepanov said on his Facebook page on Friday morning.

A day earlier, on May 6, some 6,038 new cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded, 2,576 new infections were reported on May 5, some 2,472 new cases of COVID-19 infection were reported on May 4, some 2,758 new cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded on May 3, some 5,094 new cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded on May 2, some 8,549 new cases of COVID-19 infection were reported on May 1, some 10,072 new cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded on April 30, and some 11,627 new cases of COVID-19 infection were recorded on April 29.

The number of infected since the beginning of the pandemic on Friday morning was 2.105 million people, 45,830 patients died, and 1.731 million people recovered.

Over the past day, the largest number of confirmed cases was registered in Kharkiv region (991), Dnipropetrovsk region (622), the city of Kyiv (611), Donetsk region (571) and Zaporizhia region (494).

During the day on May 6, 2021, some 37,967 people were vaccinated in Ukraine and 821,770 people were vaccinated since the beginning of the vaccination campaign. Some 428 people completed vaccination (received two shots) (of which two people received one shot abroad).

Interfax-Ukraine

News about recent political developments in Ukraine, key Ukrainian economic news and major current events in the CIS and the rest of the world.

https://en.interfax.com.ua/

Related news
Covid Unemployment Benefits Ending In Some U.S. States This Week

Covid Unemployment Benefits Ending In Some U.S. States This Week

Alaska, Iowa, Missouri and Mississippi will soon cut off federal Covid-19 unemployment benefits to those out-of-work. The states are backing out of the pandemic programs almost three months early. NBC News' Ben Popken reports.» Subscribe to NBC Ne...

How A 2013 SCOTUS Ruling Cleared A Path For Restrictive Voting Laws.

How A 2013 SCOTUS Ruling Cleared A Path For Restrictive Voting Laws.

Congress will begin hearing arguments on the John Lewis Voting Rights Act this week. The act brings back portions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 the Supreme Court struck down in 2013 that impacted millions of non-white voters. NBC News’ Priscill...

Vaccinated people 'should enjoy greater freedoms' - Tony Blair.

Vaccinated people 'should enjoy greater freedoms' - Tony Blair.

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has told Sky News there should be "a distinction between the vaccinated and unvaccinated". Mr Blair believes there's a benefit in vaccine passports and wants vaccinated people to be given "greater freedoms". SUBSCR...

G7 to pledge 1 billion vaccines for global rollout - DW News.

G7 to pledge 1 billion vaccines for global rollout - DW News.

World leaders gathering in south west England will announce a plan to help vaccinate poorer countries by the end of next year. At the G7 summit in Cornwall, they will pledge to provide one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines. The move aims to addre...

BREAKING: Delta variant 60% more transmissible & more vaccine resistant.

BREAKING: Delta variant 60% more transmissible & more vaccine resistant.

Public Health England has revealed that the Delta (Indian) variant is about 60% more transmissible than the Alpha (Kent) variant and vaccines are less effective against it. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us on Twitter: Li...

Houston Hospital Suspends Many Employees For Refusing Covid Vaccine.

Houston Hospital Suspends Many Employees For Refusing Covid Vaccine.

Houston Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas, mandated employees to get the Covid-19 vaccine in order to work and suspended over 170 workers who opted not to receive the vaccination for up to two weeks without pay.» Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch ...