First samples for coronavirus taken of evacuees from China.

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The doctors took first samples for coronavirus of the citizens evacuated from China who stay in the observation in Novi Sanzhary medical center as RBK-Ukraine reported as Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Oleksiy Danilov reported.

“Every day we will report about their state, first of all. Secondly, the samples will be taken once in three days. Yesterday, the first sample was taken and soon, the first analysis will be ready soon and they will be public,” Danilov said.

He assured that the authorities do not intend to conceal or classify information about the situation with evacuee from China. All data will be public to inform the society about what happens.

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On February 20, the Boeing 737-800 landed in Kharkiv city. It carried the Ukrainians who were evacuated from China so as to save them from the raging coronavirus. According to Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry, none of the passengers were sick or showed any symptoms of the disease. The Interior Ministry decided that the citizens will be put on the quarantine in Novi Sanzhary, Poltava region, central Ukraine.

According to the Healthcare Ministry, all the people who came to Novi Sanzhary from China are healthy.

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