The Ukrainian Health Ministry has released an updated list of "red" and "green" zone countries according to the incidence of COVID-19, the ministry's press service has reported.
The list provides data on 194 countries that are members of the World Health Organization, including information on the number of active COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population in each country.
The "red zone" includes 66 countries with the highest incidence rate, including 11 countries on which there is no data on the COVID-19 incidence rate. In particular, among the "red zone" countries are Hungary, Romania, Belarus, Russia, Germany, Austria, Poland, France, Canada, Brazil, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, the United States, Israel, the UK, the Czech Republic, and others.
At the same time, Turkey, Bulgaria, Norway, Greece, Cuba, Finland, Egypt, China, and others were included in the "green zone."
A total of 7,729 new coronavirus cases have been recorded in Ukraine in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases to 1,154,692.