Ukraine reports 4,069 new coronavirus cases

As reported by Censor.NET.

"Some 4,069 people have fallen in the past 24 hours, including 250 children and 288 health workers. Some 730 people have been hospitalized. Over the past day, 64 lethal cases have been recorded. Some 2,038 patients have recovered," he said at a briefing on October 1.

Overall, Ukraine has confirmed 4,193 deaths related to the disease and 94,398 recoveries since the start of the pandemic.

Stepanov also added that Ukraine conducted 53,022 coronavirus tests on September 30, including 30,167 PCR tests and 22,855 ELISA tests.

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