Ukraine is going to extend the quarantine restrictions introduced to combat Covid-19 until the end of April. Prime Minister Denys Shmygal reported this during a joint meeting of the European Business Association "Global Review of Ukraine's Economy", Ukrainian News reports.
"We will prolong the quarantine until April 30, but I have already said that it is most likely, unfortunately, not the final date for its extension. It will continue in one form or another, possibly with some mitigations," he said.
Shmygal added that everything would depend on the development of the situation with the pandemic in the world.
As we reported earlier, according to a team of experts from the Sinevo laboratory, 52% of Ukrainians were immune to coronavirus infection (as of January 2021).
"According to the results of testing in January 2021, the number of clients with immunity to Covid-19 ranges from 44% to 60%, depending on the region. At the same time, the percentage of clients with a positive immunity test was 33% in October 2020, and in July - 9%," reads the message.