Coronavirus detected in Kyiv police chief

As reported by Censor.NET.

"Today, deputy chairman of the National Police of Ukraine - the head of the Kyiv police, Andriy Kryshchenko was diagnosed with COVID-19. His health is satisfactory. He continues to perform his duties remotely," - Gerashchenko said.

Today, a positive diagnosis for coronavirus was confirmed in three police officers and one cadet.

The police established a circle of people who had contact with the patient during the incubation period. All of them are informed about the potential risk of the disease and are on self-isolation. The premises of the headquarters of the capital are properly disinfected.

Read more: First Covid-19 case spotted in Chernihiv region

Meanwhile, the head of the capital police and his family members were not abroad for the past month.

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