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Ukraine might impose ‘strict quarantine’ on January 2, - media

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Cabinet of Ministers and the Office of the President of Ukraine are currently considering four possible scenarios
15:16, 3 December 2020

Reuters

“Strict quarantine” may be introduced in Ukraine starting from January 2 to January 23. It is noted that it will not be a complete lockdown.

This was reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to its own sources in the President’s Office.

The report states that the Cabinet of Ministers and the Office of the President are currently considering four possible scenarios, and this is just one of them.

Related: Ukraine's PM assumes possible holiday quarantine

According to the source, there are no talks about imposing a total lockdown. It is believed that the level of business activity drops significantly in January.

The source added that the idea of ​​tightening restrictions after the New Year was supported by President Volodymyr Zelensky.

As we reported earlier, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal stated that the weekend quarantine had had a positive effect.

"We had a positive effect at the end of the weekend quarantine, on November 30. In the previous week, we received 6,000 fewer cases than expected," the official said during a government meeting.

Related: Ukrainian govt abolishes weekend quarantine

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