In Ukraine, there were seven victims of coronavirus
The sixth victim of coronavirus infection in Ukraine was a resident of Sarnensky district of Rivne region, and the seventh – 76-year-old resident of Konotop district of Sumy region, who confirmed the coronavirus after her death on March 25.
Five people have recovered from coronavirus
To four residents of the Chernivtsi region (three adults and a child), whose recovery from COVID-19 was reported by the Ministry of Health, a resident of the Dnipropetrovsk region was added. His recovery was notified to the regional state administration.
The number of Ukrainians affected by COVID-19 exceeded 300
According to the Ministry of Health, on the morning of March 27 in Ukraine, 218 cases of coronavirus infection were confirmed. Subsequently, local authorities became aware of new cases of infection. In particular, the first cases were recorded in Khmelnitsky and Poltava regions.
Among the infected – the head of the Main Directorate of the National Police of Kiev Andrey Krischenko.
By evening, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine reported an increase in the number of patients to 310.
Italy set world record for coronavirus deaths
Over the past day in Italy, according to the Ministry of Health, 969 carriers of coronavirus infection have died. This is an absolute anti-record for the entire pandemic declared by the World Health Organization. Thus, the number of victims of COVID-19 in Italy reached 9134 people.
VIP officials infected with coronavirus in UK
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was diagnosed with COVID-19. Soon, the Secretary of Health of Great Britain Matt Hancock also spoke about his positive test for coronavirus.
The IMF announced the global economic crisis
Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, said that the world has entered a recession comparable to the situation in 2009. Georgieva predicts a way out of the crisis in 2021, but only if it is possible to control the virus everywhere and avoid problems with liquidity and solvency.