Most of the victims were registered in Kyiv – 84 people, 28 of them died, according to the Social Insurance Fund.
Since the start of the massive Russian invasion, 489 workers have suffered as a result of the conflict in Ukrainian enterprises, 147 of them have died. It was reported by the Social Insurance Fund.
“Since the beginning of the war, 235 cases of injury and / or death of workers have been recorded in Ukrainian enterprises as a result of hostilities, most of them in groups. During the performance of labor duties, 489 workers suffered as a result of Russia’s armed aggression (+8 last week), 147 of them died,” the statement said.
Most of the victims were registered in Kyiv – 84 people, 28 of them died; in Mykolaiv region – 65 and 26, respectively, in Dnipropetrovsk region – 49 and 11, and in Donetsk region – 48 and 10.
In Kharkiv region, 39 people were injured in the battle, 8 died, in Vinnitsa – 30 injured, 9 died, in Zaporozhye – 29 injured, 3 died, in Chernihiv – 28 injured, 8 died, in Kyiv 24 were injured, 11 died, in Sumy area 22 were injured, 8 of them died.
“For every case of injury or death of Ukrainian workers as a result of Russian aggression, investigative work is organized,” the fund said.
All victims are provided with insurance benefits and medical and social services by the Social Insurance Fund. Victims with lifelong disabilities or until full recovery of health, in addition to lump-sum benefits, are also provided with monthly insurance payments that fully compensate them for lost earnings in accordance with level of disability.
One-time cash benefits and monthly insurance payments are provided for family members of deceased workers.
“The information on the number of victims does not include military personnel, police, ordinary and commanding staff of internal affairs bodies, civil protection bodies and units of the State Emergency Service, and others,” the fund said.
It will be remembered that in Dnipro, at the Yuzhmash plant, the fire was extinguished after shelling for 38 hours.
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