PM at meeting with Zelensky says Ukraine preparing to ease quarantine

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Prime Minister noted that the number of people recovering from Covid-19 is increasing daily in the country
18:43, 2 May 2020
Ukraine is preparing for a gradual easing of quarantine, elaborating all the stages. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmygal at a traditional meeting with representatives of the government and the main departments responsible for preventing the spread of Covid-19. The meeting was chaired by President Zelensky, the press service of the head of state reports.

During the meeting, its participants noted that the May holidays are the last of dangerous weekends that can contribute to crowding.

In view of this, the National Police informed that patrols will be on duty in the parks these days to prevent the harmful situation.

“We see that Ukrainians are becoming more conscious and are quickly adopting innovations and modern approaches to protect themselves, family and the environment. The "Act home" application is based on the best foreign experience. I’m sure it will help Ukrainians more comfortable undergoing quarantine,” Zelensky said.

In addition, Prime Minister Shmygal added that the number of people recovering from Covid-19 is increasing daily in Ukraine.

Today Ukraine commemorates the sixth anniversary of the tragic events of May 2, 2014 in Odesa, when 48 people were killed and more than 200 were injured during the riots. The order on the streets of the city is monitored by more than 1 500 law enforcement officers, the regional police press service informs.

It is reported that the main preventive measures are concentrated near Soborna Square, Kulykovo Field and in the central part of the city.
"Law enforcers conduct explanatory work with people and monitor compliance with applicable laws and quarantine requirements," the report said.

According to Dumska, the police cordoned off Kulykovo Field, groups of only two people were allowed to approach the House of Trade Unions.
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