Foreign Ministry: Over 82,800 Ukrainians return home from abroad

Foreign Ministry: Over 82,800 Ukrainians return home from abroad

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With the assistance of diplomatic missions, 82,804 Ukrainian citizens returned home from abroad as of the evening of March 25, according to the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine.

Some 20 Ukrainians infected with the coronavirus COVID-19 are currently being treated abroad: five Ukrainians in Germany, four - in the Dominican Republic, two each in Poland, Italy, the UAE, and one each in Spain, the Seychelles, the Netherlands, the United States, and Nigeria.

Some 160 Ukrainians abroad are in self-isolation: 106 Ukrainians – in Poland, 16 - in Brazil, eight each - in Vietnam, Nigeria, seven – in Germany, three - in the UAE, two each - in Australia, Moldova, the USA, and one each – in the Netherlands, Qatar, Belgium, China, Romania and Montenegro.

Six Ukrainian citizens abroad recovered from the coronavirus: four Ukrainians - in Japan, one each in Italy and Poland.  

Three Ukrainian citizens died from the coronavirus abroad.

As Ukrinform reported, as of the evening of March 25, Ukraine had 145 laboratory-confirmed coronavirus cases, including five deaths. One patient recovered.

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