Among the infected there are 262 children.
More than 5 thousand coronavirus infections were recorded in Ukraine / photo from UNIAN
During the day on December 31, 5,026 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease COVID-19 were recorded in Ukraine (of which children – 262, health workers – 74).
This was reported in Ministry of Health.
According to the Ministry of Health, 1,554 people were hospitalized over the past day. 190 cases of the disease were fatal. At the same time, 6,073 people recovered.
For the entire time of the pandemic in Ukraine:
- got sick – 3 672 675 people;
- recovered-3 474 931 people;
- deaths – 96,089;
- PCR tests were carried out – 16 809 292.
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There are no data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Lugansk regions and the city of Sevastopol.
Test for coronavirus in Ukraine
Over the past day, 54,666 coronavirus tests were carried out in Ukraine:
- by PCR method – 22 507
- by IFA – 4 367
- studies with rapid tests for antigen to SARS-CoV-2 – 27 792
Vaccination against coronavirus in Ukraine
Over the past day, 52,166 people have been vaccinated against COVID-19. 15,077 people received the first dose, 36,354 people received the second dose, 183 people received an additional dose, 552 people received a booster dose.
Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 14,713,311 people have been vaccinated, of which 14,713,309 people received the first dose, 13,734,741 people received two doses, 4,063 people received an additional dose, and 5,452 people received a booster dose. A total of 28,457,565 inoculations were carried out.
As UNIAN reported earlier, a booster dose of Johnson & Johnson’s single-component vaccine was 84 percent effective in preventing hospitalization among South African medical workers who contracted the Omicron variant.