In the regions with a high incidence of coronavirus, more rigid restrictive measures, ‘adaptive quarantine,’ will be imposed, as 112 Ukraine TV channel reported citing Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmygal.
“On May 11, it will be necessary to hold a commission in the regions, hold the National Commission on technogenic and environmental security and emergency and adopt a decision depending on the situation on May 11 in three regions-leaders on the imposing of particular quarantine restrictions in the regions were epidemic situation is worse than in the country,” he stated.
According to the PM, the commissions in Chernivtsi, Rivne, Ternopil regions, and Kyiv should consider the epidemic situation in detail.
Such an adaptive quarantine mechanism will be used during a year.
Health Minister Maksym Stepanov noted that if there is a negative tendency, the restrictions will be returned.
“The mitigation, which we plan from May 11, will be imposed on the terms of the adaptive quarantine. We have regions with quite a high level of incidence with coronavirus. That is why we cannot mitigate quarantine everywhere equally,” Stepanov said.
According to him, there is a high incidence level in Chernivtsi and Ivano-Frankivsk regions.
As of the morning of Monday, May 4, the number of patients infected with Covid-19 in Ukraine makes 12,331. 418 new cases were observed on May 3. There are 303 lethal cases, and 1,619 patients recovered.
As we reported, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers intends to extend the lockdown in Ukraine until May 22. However, some easing is expected. So, that is what should be expected to start from May 11: the opening of parks, squares, recreation areas, beauty salons, summer venues of food establishments, libraries, museums.