Over the past day, 132,246 people were immunized, the press service of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine reported on Telegram.
“A total of 132,246 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 over the past day on September 28, 2021. One dose was received by 75,188 people, 57,058 people were fully immunized,” the message said on Wednesday morning.
It is noted that 897 mobile teams, 3,063 vaccination points, 345 vaccination centers worked during the day.
The Ministry of Health reported that 6,926,719 people have been vaccinated since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, of which 6,926,717 received one dose, and 5,565,270 people received two doses (two of them received one dose abroad).
The Ministry of Health announced a record number of citizens vaccinated against COVID-19, a total of 97,130 people were vaccinated on June 25.
“A record number of vaccinations per day in Ukraine! 97,130 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 on June 25, 2021,” the Ministry of Health’s Telegram channel said on Saturday.
A total of 36,540 people received one dose, 60,590 citizens were fully immunized.
Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 1.871.511 people have been vaccinated, of which 1.871.509 people received one dose, 550,966 people are fully immunized (two doses) (two of them are abroad).
China takes into account that now in Ukraine, despite good government measures, the situation with the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) remains tense. We hopes that humanitarian supplies transferred to Ukraine on Wednesday will help the Ukrainian people, Chinese Ambassador to Ukraine Fan Xianrong has said.
“We take into account that now in Ukraine, despite very good government measures, the situation with the new coronavirus remains tense. We hope that these goods will just help the Ukrainian people. We want the Ukrainian people as early as possible took the final victory over this new coronavirus,” he said at a briefing at the Boryspil International Airport on Wednesday.
The diplomat noted that the cost of cargo devoted to Ukraine is more than a million dollars.
“Since the emergence of the new coronavirus, China and Ukraine have been working very closely. At first, when the coronavirus was in China, the Ukrainian country showed us great understanding and support. The people of Ukraine also supported us in every possible way, and shipped the necessary assistance,” Xianrong said.
The ambassador also added that in China, thanks to very decisive measures, “the situation with the new coronavirus has already weakened to some extent.”
“And when the new coronavirus reached Ukraine, and the situation became tense, the Chinese people naturally extended a hand of friendship and help to you,” he said.
The ambassador added that the Chinese government has already provided humanitarian assistance to Ukraine several times.
He stressed that this time the cargo was provided by the relevant regions of China, which have established close ties with the regions of Ukraine, Chinese enterprises operating in Ukraine, as well as the Sino-Ukrainian Association.
As reported, the aircraft of the Armed Forces of Ukraine IL-76 MD delivered more than 124 cubic meters of assistance to Kyiv on Wednesday to combat COVID-19. It is the largest shipment of assistance from China to Ukraine so far.
According to the data of the electronic census, population of Ukraine totals 37.289 million, minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Dmytro Dubilet reported.
“Ukraine amounts 37.289 million people,” Dubilet said at a press conference in Kyiv on Thursday.
Estimates of the amount of the present population are as of December 1, 2019. The assessment does not cover the uncontrolled territories of Crimea, Donetsk and Luhansk regions. The margin of error does not exceed 2.86%.
As many as 133 people died and 99 people were injured as a result of fires in Ukraine since the beginning of 2020, the State Emergency Situations Service has said.
“Some 133 people died and 99 people were injured as a result of fires in Ukraine since the beginning of 2020. More than a half of 2,268 fires broke out in citizens’ dwellings,” reads the statement.
Ukraine’s transport enterprises in January-November 2019 carried 3.9 billion people, which was 5.6% less than in the same period in 2018, the State Statistics Service has reported.
According to the report, passenger turnover for the reporting period totaled 91.1 billion passenger-kilometers, which was 3.5% more than this figure for January-November last year.
In the 11 months of 2019, some 142.2 million passengers used rail transport (including the commuter rail service), which was 2.1% less than in January-November 2018, and 1.656 billion passengers were carried by road (5.4% less), the State Statistics Service said.
Airlines increased passenger transportation by 10.5%, to 12.8 million people.
In addition, according to the State Statistics Service, in January-November, 571.5 million passengers used trams (a decrease by 7.2% compared to the same period a year earlier), 652.9 million people used the subway (a 1.8% decline), and 864 million used trolleybuses (a 7.6% decrease).
Passenger transportation by water increased by 3.5% compared to January-November 2018, to 700,000 people.
The State Statistics Service says the report does not include data from the temporarily occupied territory of Crimea, Sevastopol and certain districts in Donetsk and Luhansk regions.