The Austrian government has no intention to prolong the obligatory lockdown, which was imposed in this country due to the epidemic of Covid-19. Rudolf Anschober, the Minister of Healthcare, reported that as quoted by Reuters.
According to him, after April 30, which is the deadline of the lockdown, people will be allowed to leave their houses for any reason, not just for the urgent ones. The maximum number of people allowed on group events will not be exceeding ten people. Up to 30 people will be allowed to participate in funeral ceremonies.
Such restrictions will be active until late June; then, the restrictions will be reconsidered.
As of 5 p.m. of April 28, 15,357 cases of coronavirus were observed in Austria. 569 people deceased, and 12,580 recovered.
As we reported earlier, the Kharkiv military hospital has become the center of coronavirus outbreak.
"As of today, 14 cases have been registered. Eight of them are doctors who work there, the ninth is attached, he is on a business trip, and five are servicemen," Kharkiv governor Oleksiy Kucher stated.
Currently, there are 9,419 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ukraine: 239 of them were lethal, and 992 patients recovered.