Coronavirus update for Kyiv: Seven more cases confirmed Thursday.

The total number of infected patients in the capital increased to 47.



Seven more cases of Covid-19 coronavirus were confirmed in Kyiv on March 26, Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko wrote on Facebook.

This brings the total number of infected patients in the country's capital to 47.

Klitschko says four women aged 22 to 39 tested positive, as well as two men aged 48 and 62, and a boy, 10.

"Two patients were admitted to the Oleksandrivska Hospital in Kyiv. Five remain in self-isolation, being treated at home under doctors' supervision," Klitschko added.

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The mayor once again urged Kyiv residents and all Ukrainians to observe quarantine measures.

UNIAN memo. According to the Public Health Center with the Ministry of Health, as of the morning of March 26, a total of 156 lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 were registered in Ukraine, including five lethal cases and one recovery.

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