According to Ukrainian media reports on December 4, the Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Razumkov said on the same day that as of the 4th, more than 100 members of the Ukrainian Parliament have been diagnosed with COVID-19, accounting for about a quarter of the total number of parliamentarians.
In addition, he revealed that some parliamentarians have been infected with the novel coronavirus for the second time.
Earlier, on November 11, Ukrainian Speaker Razumkov himself was diagnosed with COVID-19. He then began self-isolation and work remotely, and earlier this week, Razumkov revealed that he had returned to normal work after testing negative for COVID-19.
The pandemic situation in Ukraine is becoming more and more serious.
Previously, many dignitaries and government workers in Ukraine, including Ukrainian President Zelensky, President’s Office Director Yermak, Defense Minister Taran, Deputy Prime Minister Leznikov, Ukrainian Health Minister Stepanov and other officials and other officials in Ukraine have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
According to data released by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine on December 4, 15,131 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Ukraine in the past 24 hours, including 649 children and 681 medical personnel, and 235 new deaths.
A total of 74,880 cases of COVID-19 have been tested throughout Ukraine in the past 24 hours. The new cases are mainly concentrated in Kiev, Odessa, Zaporoje and other places in the capital of Ukraine.
As of December 4th local time, a total of 787,891 cases have been confirmed, 13,195 deaths and 39,809 cases have been cured in Ukraine.