Stepanov: more than 70% of deaths from coronavirus in Ukraine concern people aged 60 and over
Over 70% of deaths from COVID-19 in Ukraine occur in people over the age of 60.
This was announced by Health Minister Maxim Stepanov during a briefing on Sunday, reports a correspondent for Ukrinform.
“As for our fellow citizens over the age of 60, they are the most threatened … If you look at our sad death statistics, over 70% of all deaths are people over the age of 60,” said Stepanov.
He added that the Ministry of Health recommends and notes that people aged 60 or older should be as isolated as possible.
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As noted, in the morning of May 24 in Ukraine, 20,986 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed. Per day – 406 new cases. A total of 617 deaths from COVID-19 have been recorded in Ukraine. 7,099 patients recovered.
The Cabinet of Ministers introduced adaptive quarantine in Ukraine until June 22 and, concurrently with May 22, the second stage of mitigation of quarantine measures has started.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru