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Top 5 News Stories 15 June

Top 5 News Stories 15 June

1. As of 14 June, Ukraine currently has 31 154 confirmed cases of COVID-19. Of those, 648 were diagnosed in the last 24 hours. So far, 889 people have died while 14 082 have recovered. Link

2. According to the latest update on the Dobropark Ua page, 25 000 lavender bushes will be planted on the premises of the park. In 2021, visitors will have a chance to witness these lavender fields in blossom. Also, Dobropark will be reopened for visitors from 18 June. Link

3. The Ukrainian’s Joint Forces Operation Headquarters states that, “The Russian Federation’s armed groups violated the ceasefire 15 times. One Ukrainian soldier was killed, while two soldiers were wounded.” Link

4. The renewal of international flights is planned for 15 June. During an online briefing, Minister of Health Maksym Stepanov declared that countries are divided into “green” and “red” zones. This division will be decided based on the infected rate of 40 cases per 100 000 people. Countries that exceed this rate fall into the “red” zone. All travelers must have health insurance and those who arrive from the “red” zone countries must undergo an observation or self-isolation. Link

5. Bad weather caused power cuts in nine regions of Ukraine while seven regions suffered from flooding. No casualties have been reported. Link

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