Ukraine has 218 confirmed COVID-19 cases

As of Friday morning, 218 cases of COVID-19 coronavirus infection have been recorded in Ukraine, Deputy Health Minister and chief sanitary doctor of Ukraine Viktor Liashko said during a press briefing in Kyiv on Friday.

"There is also good news: four cases of recovery, one of them is a child. We are waiting for the fifth to be discharged from the hospital today," he said.

According to him, over the previous day, 62 cases of infection were recorded.

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