(Fighting new crown pneumonia) Ukraine newly diagnosed and hit a new high, the president said he is under the impact of the second wave of epidemic

  China News Agency, Nursultan, September 26. News from Kiev: According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, as of the 26th local time, Ukraine has newly confirmed 3833 new cases of new coronary pneumonia in the past 24 hours, which is a single day since the outbreak. Confirmed record.

President Uzbekistan said he is being hit by the second wave of the epidemic.

  Statistics from the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan show that as of the 26th, a total of 195,504 cases have been diagnosed, 85,133 cases have been cured, 3,903 cases have died, and 106,468 cases are still receiving treatment.

The picture shows a conductor wearing a mask conducting a rehearsal in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.

  Since mid-September, the number of new diagnoses in Ukraine has been increasing daily, and the epidemic situation has become more severe.

According to Uzbekistan News Agency, Uzbek President Zelensky said on the 25th that Ukraine is currently facing the second wave of the new crown epidemic.

  Zelensky said that at present, in many countries around the world, including Ukraine, the epidemic situation is intensifying, and the number of patients infected with the new crown virus is increasing. "In order to better respond to the epidemic, Ukraine will not open its national borders for the time being." It is not yet possible to allow foreign nationals to enter Ukraine".

  Zelensky did not specify when the border closure policy will continue.

He said, “We can’t take the risk of losing the health of our citizens and foreigners, so we will not open until the epidemic stabilizes.” It is reported that after the epidemic, Ukraine announced on March 16 that it would close its borders and suspend international conventional air passenger services. It has been loosened since June 15, and some international passenger traffic has resumed.

  The internal and external isolation measures under the epidemic have obviously affected the movement of people.

Statistics released recently by the Ukrainian National Statistics Agency show that from January to August this year, Ukrainian transport companies carried 1.6 billion passengers, a decrease of 40% year-on-year.

Among them, railway transportation (including urban electric trains) was 45.9 million passengers, down 56.5% year-on-year; automobile transportation was 709.7 million passengers, down 41% year-on-year; and air transport was 3.1 million passengers, down 65.8% year-on-year.