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Lviv to open visa centers, non-food markets since May 15, - mayor

Source : 112 Ukraine

Lockdown measures will be gradually mitigated, like in the rest of Ukraine
20:40, 14 May 2020

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Lviv Committee for Emergencies decided that the next stage of mitigation of the Covid-19 lockdown should take place in the city. Mayor Andriy Sadovyi reported that on Facebook.

"On May 15 we open visa centres, allow sales of clothes, underwear and shoes in shops that have direct exit to the street, and alow the work of non-food markets. On May 18, (...) the city's polyclinics will get back to work", Sadovyi said.

All the establishments will be obliged to work under respective protocols. "If any violations are observed, there will be fines and shutdowns", Sadovyi said.

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The mayor also added that the labs continue to perform PCR-testing, so the dynamic of the spread of the disease is monitored on a daily basis.

"If over the three-days-long period, the share of positive results makes more than 23 percent from the number of tested per day, the Committee will make a decision to resume quarantine", Sadovyi claimed.

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