Health authorities in Eurasian and Central Asian countries reported on Monday new coronavirus infections, related deaths and recoveries.
Georgia recorded its highest daily infections since the COVID-19 outbreak entered the country on Feb. 26.
As many as 165 more cases brought the total to 2,433, including 19 deaths.
Ukraine’s COVID-19 tally has increased to 156,797, with 2,462 more infections recorded over the past 24 hours.
The death toll swelled by 33 to reach 3,211, while 650 more recoveries took the total to 69,543.
More than 15,000 tests were conducted in the said period.
Some 333 new cases raised Uzbekistan’s overall count to 47,620. Four more virus-linked fatalities took the death toll to 394.
At least 136 more patients healed over the past day, bringing the tally to 44,002.
As many as 3,224 patients remain under treatment at hospitals.
The caseload in the former Soviet republic increased by 107 to reach 45,969.
Three more virus-related fatalities pushed the death toll to 919, while recoveries stand at 41,693.
Treatment of 3,075 patients continues.
Kazakhstan’s case count rose by 52 to reach 106,855.
Four more patients died, taking the death toll to 1,671, while 12 more recoveries raised the sum to 100,627.
Some 4,500 COVID-19 patients are under treatment across the country.
The landlocked Central Asian country recorded 47 more virus cases, raising its total to 44,928, including 1,063 deaths and 41,023 recoveries.
Some 507 people are under treatment at hospitals, while 1,903 are being looked after at homes.
*Writing by Seda Sevencan
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