The worst damage occurred to buildings in the Svyatoshyno, Obolon, and Shevchenko districts.
A total of 636 infrastructural objects and residential buildings were damaged due to rocket blasts.
According to governmental criteria and the approved roadmap, 360 buildings in Kyiv were prioritized for inspection and renewal activities. These include 52 educational institutions, 15 healthcare facilities, 5 social services offices, 89 objects of housing and utility service providers, 12 cultural institutions, 196 residential, and 1 administrative building.
Almost UAH 600 million were allocated from the city budget reserve fund to cover renovation works. The government is about to provide an additional UAH 200 million.