In the area of the Joint Forces Operation on August 4, 5 violations of the ceasefire were recorded by the Russian occupation forces, the JFO headquarters reported. The enemy used anti-tank grenade launchers near Pavlopil and Hranitne. The enemy opened fire from large-caliber machine guns and small arms near Pivdenne. Russian mercenaries fired at our positions from heavy anti-tank grenade launchers and heavy machine guns in the area of the settlement of Myrne. In addition, passage of еру enemy unmanned aerial vehicle of the Orlan-10 type was recorded in the Luhansk oblast crossing the demarcation line.
Doctors registered 417 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the occupied territory of Donetsk oblast over the past day. This was said in the message of the so-called "Ministry of Health of the DNR". "826 studies were carried out over the past day, of which 302 cases of the disease (36.6%) were identified and 115 patients were diagnosed with COVID-19 clinically and epidemiologically", - the occupation department wrote. In addition, five new coronavirus-related deaths have been reported. In total, occupation authorities have registered 48 929 cases of COVID-19 infection since the beginning of the pandemic. 4674 patients continue their treatment. 3640 people died from complications of the disease on the territory of CADO.
Doctors registered 6943 cases of coronavirus infection in the occupied territory of the Luhansk oblast since the beginning of the pandemic, separatist media wrote. Another 180 new cases and eight deaths over the day were also reported.
Four people from the occupied part of the Donetsk oblast were vaccinated in the territory controlled by the Ukrainian government. This was reported on August 4 by the press service of the Donetsk Regional State Administration. They received vaccinations against coronavirus infection in the Novotroitske central city hospital and the front-line Buhas. Let us recall that residents of the temporarily occupied territories of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as well as of the Crimea can sign up for vaccinations through the website of the Ministry of Health or the department's call center by calling 0800 60 20 19.