COVID-19: the situation as of the morning of July 31 in Uzhgorod, Transcarpathia, Ukraine

For the past 24hrs, 9 deaths among patients diagnosed with COVID-19 have been reported. In total, since the beginning of the pandemic, 192 patients diagnosed with COVID-19 have died. 

745 samples of biological materials for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing were collected.

68 persons were diagnosed with COVID-19, 3 of them are medical workers, and 2 are children.

Overall, as of 9:00 am on July 31, 2020, 5146 patients have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Of those, 675 are health care workers and 272 are children.


As of the morning of July 31, 825 Uzhgorod residents have been confirmed to have COVID-19. This was reported by the health department of Uzhgorod city council and Uzhgorod city and district branch of the State Institution "Transcarpathian Regional Laboratory Center of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine". 

15 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past 24 hours in Uzhgorod.

448 people have recovered  

14 persons have died.
15 Uzhgorod residents are hospitalized, 348 are on outpatient treatment. 

In the last 24 hours, mobile crews have collected 77 samples of biological materials for polymerase chain reaction test.

Press Service of Uzhgorod City Council

According to the Public Health Center, as of 9:00 am on July 31, there have been 69884 laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ukraine, of which 1693 were fatal, 38752 patients have recovered. During the day, 1090 new cases were confirmed. Currently, coronavirus disease has been detected in: 

Vinnytsia region – 2736 cases;  

Volyn region – 3783 cases;  

Dnipropetrovsk region – 1402 cases;   

Donetsk region – 881 cases;  
Zhytomyr region – 1850 cases; 
Transcarpathian region – 5146 cases; 
Zaporizhzhya region – 790 cases; 
Ivano-Frankivsk region – 4557 cases; 
Kirovohrad region – 703 cases; 
Kyiv – 8241 cases; 
Kyiv region – 3716 cases; 
Lviv region – 9526 cases;  
Luhansk region – 126 cases; 
Mykolayiv region – 590 cases; 
Odesa region – 3214 cases; 
Poltava region – 440 cases; 
Rivne region – 6024 cases; 
Sumy region – 485 cases; 
Ternopil region – 2976 cases; 
Kharkiv region – 3711 cases; 
Kherson region – 227 cases; 
Khmelnytsky region – 1138 cases; 
Chernivtsi region – 5875 cases; 
Cherkasy region – 924 cases; 
Chernihiv region – 823 cases.  
MOH reminds: Be sure to call your family doctor if you notice the first symptoms of a respiratory disease. Stay at home! Self-isolation is the surest way to protect yourself from infection.


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