As of Sunday evening, May 2, 28,046 beds for patients with COVID-19 out of 77,046 available in Ukraine were occupied, and that is 36.40% (a day ago it was 41.56%). In 24 hours, the number of occupied beds decreased by 3,991.
1,594 patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 were hospitalized, and that is 1,628 less than the day before. 1,545 people were discharged from hospitals, and that is 4,571 less than the day before.
In 24 hours of May 2, 2,758 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded in Ukraine. 154 people died. 16,023 tests were made (by PCR—9,298, by ELISA—1260, studies by express tests for antigen—5,465).
For the entire period of the pandemic in Ukraine, 2,085,938 people fell ill, 44,750 died, 9,487,141 PCR tests were made.
Most of all new cases were recorded in Dnipropetrovsk (360), Cherkasy (233), Sumy (231), Donetsk (202), and Kharkiv (164) regions.
177 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 on May 2. Since the beginning of the vaccination campaign, 755,103 people have been vaccinated.
The number of diseases in the regions in 24 hours as of May 3:
- Kyiv—95 cases;
- Vinnytsia region—64 cases;
- Volyn region—108 cases;
- Dnipropetrovsk region—360 cases;
- Donetsk region—202 cases;
- Zhytomyr region—135 cases;
- Zakarpattia region—4 cases;
- Zaporizhzhya region—103 cases;
- Ivano-Frankivsk region—38 cases;
- Kiev region—74 cases;
- Kirovohrad region—116 cases;
- Luhansk region—28 cases;
- Lviv region—94 cases;
- Mykolaiv region—81 cases;
- Odesa region—143 cases;
- Poltava region—104 cases;
- Rivne region—62 cases;
- Sumy region—231 cases;
- Ternopil region—120 cases;
- Kharkiv region—164 cases;
- Kherson region—46 cases;
- Khmelnytskyi region—30 cases;
- Cherkasy region—233 cases;
- Chernivtsi region—61 cases;
- Chernihiv region—62 cases.
There is no data from the temporarily occupied territories of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk regions, and the city of Sevastopol.
In the world, 680,200 new cases were recorded (in total there are 153.5 million), 9,969 people died (3.22 million in total).
Additionally. Since the emergence of COVID-19 at the end of 2019, much has been said and written about the negative impact of the pandemic. But it also has positive aspects, notes the information agency NoonPost. It pointed to the most noticeable positive changes that have taken place and are taking place in some countries and in the world as a whole.