37 nightclubs fail to follow lockdown restrictions in Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

The incidence rate among the population has increased - 66.7 per 100,000 people
19:50, 27 July 2020


In Ukraine, 37 nightclubs were closed due to violations of lockdown regulations. This was announced by representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs at a traditional meeting with representatives of the government, law enforcement agencies and relevant agencies on prevention of the spread of the coronavirus. The press service of the President's Office reported it.

"The Ministry of Internal Affairs stated that 37 nightclubs had been closed due to violations of lockdown regulations," ​​the statement said.

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In his turn, Prime Minister Denys Shmygal noted that the incidence rate among the population had increased to 66.7 per 100 thousand people.

As we reported earlier, the Ministry of Health will divide Ukraine into four zones - "red", "orange", "yellow" and "green".

The following criteria will be considered: bed occupancy rate, number of tests conducted, infection detection rate, and infection growth rate indicator.

The "green" zone will include those regions where the indicators conform to normal. It should be noted that mandatory quarantine restrictions will also be extended there as well.

Related: Italy, Ukraine lift restrictions for bilateral flights

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