Kyiv is seeing a rapid increase in new coronavirus cases, as another Covid-19 wave is gripping Ukraine. The capital detected 1,919 new daily cases on Jan. 25, the highest number since early November. Kyiv also registered the highest number of Covid-19 deaths compared to any region in Ukraine on
Following a global trend of dwindling demand, and severe staff shortages caused by the Covid-19 Omicron variant, fewer planes are now entering Ukrainian skies as Irish low-cost airline Ryanair cancels flights across Europe. In September, Ryanair stated that it planned to “expand aggressively” in Ukraine following the country's accession to
Ukraine is likely to face a new wave of Covid-19 cases starting mid-January and running through February, due to the new highly transmissible strain Omicron, Deputy Minister of Health Ihor Kuzin told the public Ukrainian Radio (Suspilne) on Jan. 1. He said the wave will likely peak in mid-February. Kyiv
Ukraine has detected Omicron, a new highly transmissible Covid-19 strain, on Dec. 18. According to the Health Ministry, Ukraine's first patient infected with Omicron recently returned from the United Arab Emirates, where they had come into contact with Covid-19 patients. The ministry is now conducting case investigation and contact tracing.