No shawarma, coffee to go in Kyiv for lockdown period, - city hall decision

Source : 112 Ukraine

The local authorities boosted security measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus
19:30, 24 March 2020

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Kyiv city administration ruled to increase restrictive measures aimed to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection. The authority's press office reported that on March 24.

According to the decision, during the quarantine, all shawarma sale points will be closed; there will also be no coffee-to-go service during this period. 

"Kyiv increases restrictive measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Specifically, they foresee the ban of work of points that sell kebab, coffee drinks and (...) alcohol drinks to go", reads the message.

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As is known, Kyiv currently lives in the emergency mode. Traffic of public transport is suspended; even underground stopped working. Meanwhile, as of March 24, 97 laboratory-confirmed cases of Covid-19 coronavirus were confirmed in Ukraine.

As we reported earlier, European Investment Bank (EIB) plans to provide Ukraine with 40 million euros.

According to Ukraine's Minister of Communities and Territories Development, these funds will be used in order to take the necessary measures in overcoming the spread of coronavirus in Ukraine.

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