More than 13,200 people are also said to have been injured – although the UN says the actual figures are likely much higher. The steady toll grinds on and despite their resistance, Ukrainians say living with the threat of death is increasingly exhausting.
They are mundane locations: a garage, a sports hall, a nursery, farm buildings, a bus stop. All have been attacked in the last week in Ukraine.
In Kherson, six people were killed while they were waiting for a bus. In Kharkiv, two people were killed in their homes by shelling.
In Izyum, a 55-year old forestry worker died after stepping on what’s called a petal mine.
Analysis by the Sky News data and forensics team confirms there were 156 attacks in the last seven days.
Overall, 29 of these attacks led to death or injury: 25 civilians died and 55 were wounded, although the true number is likely higher.
That makes it a fairly typical week at this stage of the war.
There have been massed missile attacks leading to greater casualties but there is also a constant, steady toll. The frontline covers the country and no civilian is truly safe.