Deputy Head of the Public Health Center Oleksandr Matskov has said re-infection with COVID-19 in Ukraine are isolated cases and occur among people with comorbidities.
"Re-infection are isolated cases. Each of these cases requires a detailed analysis since it is necessary to confirm this is a repeated case. It mainly occurs among people with comorbidities, which reduces the body resistance. But, I repeat, these cases are still isolated," he told Ukraine 24 TV channel, commenting on the idea of the Health Ministry to track cases of re-infection with COVID-19.
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- Ukraine said 4,420 new active COVID-19 cases had been confirmed across the country in the past 24 hours as of October 12, 2020.
- The total number of confirmed cases grew to 265,454.
- On October 12, Acting Head of the Public Health Center Ihor Kuzin said the Health Ministry plans to track cases of re-infection with COVID-19.