A complete list of new possible quarantine restrictions will be presented at a government meeting on December 9. Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal wrote about this on his Facebook page.
He also added that there will be no strengthening of restrictive measures in December.
"Thanks to the weekend quarantine, we managed to somewhat stabilize the epidemic situation and relieve the medical system. This week, the number of recovered three times exceeded the number of new patients ... However, taking into account the dynamics of morbidity, we assume that stricter quarantine measures will have to be introduced in January ", wrote Shmygal.
He added that the government, together with local authorities, is working on a list of possible restrictions, for this, city leaders and regional state administrations took polls and provided their own opinions.
In particular, support the prohibition or restriction of activities:
- festive concerts, discos and nightclubs, public events in the premises, hostels, shopping and entertainment centers - 100%;
- museums, cinemas and theaters, catering establishments with leisure activities - 95%;
- holiday fairs, gyms and fitness centers - 90%;
At the same time, mayors and heads of the Regional State Administration advocate work with partial restrictions on public transport (no more than the number of seats), catering establishments (delivery or take-away) and hotels (without entertainment and food zones).
A complete list of possible measures will be presented at a government meeting on December 9.
Earlier, Health Minister Maxym Stepanov said that he would recommend to the government to introduce a full lockdown in the country from the beginning of January.
The future lockdown is planned to last three weeks. The Cabinet of Ministers will discuss the format of strict quarantine at a meeting on Wednesday, December 9.