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Ukraine to introduce adaptive quarantine next week, - PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

Various restrictions will be established depending on the epidemic situation in the regions
14:35, 17 February 2021

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
24 Channel

Ukrainian authorities intend to introduce adaptive quarantine next week. This was reported by Prime Minister Denys Shmygal during the session of the government.

"Ukraine will return to the model of adaptive quarantine. Various restrictions will be established depending on the epidemic situation in the regions. There are four levels of epidemic danger, each of which has clear restrictions and criteria. I emphasize that the decision will be imposed next week so that every Ukrainian citizen will be able to get acquainted with it in advance," said the official.

Related: Ukraine’s National Academy of Sciences predicts development of Covid-19 pandemic in February

As we reported earlier, Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba predicts that certain foreign countries will ease quarantine restrictions for travelers this summer

"I can clearly assume that certain relaxation of restrictions in traveling will be imposed by other countries, and Ukrainians will be able to use these," he said.

To date, such popular countries as Poland, Hungary, Germany, Italy, France, the USA, Canada, and Great Britain remain in the "red" zone for Ukrainian tourists.

Related: At least 20% of Ukrainians have immunity to Covid-19, - Kyiv School of Economics

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