In Kyiv, the principal of one of the schools received a positive test for coronavirus but did not tell anyone about it and continued contacting people while going to work. The mayor of Ukraine’s capital Vitaliy Klitschko told about it during an online press conference.
"We have a shocking case. As it turned out, the principal of a school, who got infected with the coronavirus, was talking to a large number of people when she had already tested positive for Covid-19. She said nothing to anyone and managed to go to work. The State Food and Consumer Service of the city appealed to law enforcement agencies to initiate a criminal case against the principal," the mayor said.
He also noted that patients with coronavirus or people with a suspicion of the infection were also found among the staff of three more kindergartens.
As we reported earlier, on June 13, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky conveyed the Cabinet of Ministers and law enforcement agencies for a conference call on the activity of Covid-19 spread.
“We need to carefully check the stores, markets, public transport - places where can be crowded. The responsibility for these gatherings lies on bodies and platforms that should ensure the safety prescribed by the Cabinet of Ministers,” Zelensky said.