Ukrainian govt to consider lockdown prolongation on April 22

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Ukraine’s Deputy Healthcare Minister, the quarantine may be extended until May 12
11:52, 21 April 2020


Lockdown in Ukraine might be prolonged until at least May 12. This was stated by Chief Sanitary Doctor of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko in a comment to RBC-Ukraine.

He added that the Cabinet of Ministers would consider the decision to extend the quarantine on April 22.

"Wait until Wednesday. The government meeting will decide whether to continue the quarantine or narrow it down. The Cabinet of Ministers will consider it on April 22,” Lyashko stated.

Related: Ukraine to mitigate lockdown following European scenario, - official

As we reported earlier, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Vladyslav Krikliy stated that Ukraine's public transport would resume its work not earlier than in June.

When the wave goes down, then we can resume the work of public transport so that it works stably,” he said.

He added that even after this, the mask regime would remain mandatory in public transport.

It is worth noting that President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that the weakening of lockdown in Ukraine could take place in May.

Then, probably, the restrictions on public transport will be softened.

Related: Lockdown doubles unemployment rate in Ukraine, - report

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