The worst situation is in Poltava region / Photo from UNIAN, by Oleksandr Prylepa

Hospital beds for COVID-19 patients in 10 Ukrainian regions are filled by more than 70%.

The average rate nationwide is 63.8%, according to the Health Ministry.

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In total, 45,361 hospital beds have already been allocated for COVID-19 patients in Ukraine.

The worst situation is in Poltava region (85.2% of beds are filled), Odesa region (80.8%), Rivne region (79.4%), Chernihiv region (73.9%), Donetsk region (73.1%), Zaporizhia region (72.1%), Vinnytsia region (71.6%), Kyiv region (71.2%), Sumy region (71%), and Zakarpattia (70.6%). In the city of Kyiv, 60% of beds are filled.

Also, the incidence of the coronavirus in Ukraine continues to grow, it is 324.5 per 100,000 people, with the norm being 40. The worst situation is observed in Chernivtsi region where the incidence is 635.5. The best situation is in Kirovohrad region where the incidence is 112.8.

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