Number of coronavirus infected in Ukraine has increased to 145 people.

The number of coronavirus infected in Ukraine has increased to 145 people, as Ministry of Health reports.

During the day, 32 new cases of infection were detected.

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Five people died from Covid-19 in Ukraine on Wednesday evening. The last message about death from coronavirus came from Sumy region.

As we reported, first cases of coronavirus recorder in Volyn and Sumy regions.

Also, in Vinnytsia, first case of coronavirus infection was recorded.

Today, almost 90 thousand people have returned to Ukraine due to the spread of Covid-19 across European countries.

According to Prime Minister Denys Shmygal, any passenger movement across the border of Ukraine will be blocked, starting from March 27.

Meanwhile, the Cabinet of Ministers has prolonged a lockdown across the country for 30 days.

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The government also has made the decision to introduce an emergency situation in Ukraine for a period of 30 days. Thus, it is expected to end on April 24, 2020.

"Statistics show that cases have been identified. Unfortunately, these statistics continue to worsen," Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated.

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