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Ukraine won't introduce strict quarantine, says president

Christian Fernsby ▼ | October 23, 2020
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine does not plan to introduce a strict quarantine, despite the growing number of coronavirus patients, Interfax Ukraine news agency reported on Thursday.
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Zelensky explained that the resumption of strict restrictions could completely stall the Ukrainian economy.

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Zelensky also mentioned the production of a domestic coronavirus vaccine is being tested.

He said that Ukraine would buy foreign coronavirus vaccines if anyone develops it earlier.

A total of 315,826 coronavirus cases, with 5,927 deaths, have been registered in Ukraine as of Wednesday, while 132,219 patients have recovered, according to the country's health ministry.

A record high of 7,053 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Ukraine in the past 24 hours.

A total of 322,879 confirmed coronavirus cases with 6,043 deaths have been reported in Ukraine as of Thursday, while 134,898 patients have recovered, according to the country's health ministry.


 

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