The Constitutional Court of Ukraine has recognized as unconstitutional certain provisions of the Cabinet of Ministers resolution on the establishment of quarantine restrictions in Ukraine. The corresponding decision was published on the court's website.
Earlier, the plenum of the Supreme Court appealed to the Constitutional Court with a submission, in which it challenged certain provisions of the government decree No. 392 of May 20 "On the establishment of quarantine in order to prevent the spread in Ukraine of the acute respiratory disease Covid-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus."
The Supreme Court asked to check whether the following had been violated: the right to freedom of movement, the right to leave the territory of Ukraine, the right to peaceful assembly, the right to entrepreneurial activity, and the right to access medical care.
As reported before, in Ukraine, 2,438 people got infected with coronavirus and it is the record-breaking rate. Since the beginning of the pandemic, 114,497 cases of Covid-19 infection were registered. New lockdown rules to be introduced in Ukraine on August 1. The Cabinet of Ministers clarified that depending on the epidemiological situation, all regions will be divided into several zones: green, yellow, orange, and red according to the level of epidemic danger of the spread of Covid-19.