Highest incidence of COVID-19 cases recorded in five regions, Kyiv city

Highest incidence of COVID-19 cases recorded in five regions, Kyiv city

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As of January 13, the highest incidence of coronavirus cases in Ukraine has been recorded in Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhia, Cherkasy, Kyiv and Luhansk regions and the city of Kyiv.

According to the Health Ministry data, the highest incidence of coronavirus cases over the past 14 days was registered in Mykolaiv region (382.6 cases per 100,000 people), Zaporizhzhia region (365.4), Cherkasy region (327.61), Kyiv region (321.5), Luhansk region (323.5) and Kyiv city (312.1).

An average incidence of COVID-19 cases across Ukraine is 224.5 cases per 100,000 people.

The lowest incidence rate of COVID-19 cases in the past 14 days was recorded in Kirovohrad region (79.5 per 100,000 people), Zakarpattia region (95.8) and Ivano-Frankivsk region (113).

As of January 13, the occupancy rate for hospital beds set aside for COVID-19 amounted to 32.9% across the country and 40.3% in Kyiv city.

The highest level of occupancy rate was recorded in Mykolaiv region (48.4%).

As of January 13, Ukraine has reported a total of 1,130,839 coronavirus cases, including 6,409 new cases recorded in the past 24 hours.

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