“Today in the morning, the Emergency Commission of the city made a decision on the mitigation of anti-epidemic measures in the capital. We hope that the State Emergency Commission will also make a decision to reconsider the level of epidemic risk and emergency of the capital from the “red” zone,” the mayor said.
He noted that from May 1, all public transport will resume the transfer of passengers as usual. Besides, the trade institutions, shopping malls, markets, fairs, food facilities, gyms, and fitness centers will restore their work.
“However, the owner of these establishments should understand that they can work only with the observation of all safety norms! It is in your best interest because if the situation deteriorates – new restrictions will be introduced,” Klitschko noted.
Moreover, the education process at schools and universities will resume on May 5.
As we reported, 9,590 new cases of coronavirus infection registered in Ukraine in 24 hours. 441 patients died. The majority of the confirmed cases were registered in Kyiv (1,070), Kharkiv (818), Donetsk (811), Dnipropetrovsk (584) and Lviv (530) regions.