From April 20, online kindergarten will be launched on the platform of emotional support for Kyiv residents during the Covid-19 period. This was reported by the press service of the capital's state administration.
The Kyiv Administration noted that for children aged 4 to 6 years they will carry out three activities per day. Each of them will last 30 minutes. Qualified teachers will spend time with kids.
The press service also reminded that the emotional support platform is a free resource for Kyiv residents, which can also be used by residents of other cities.
In the Kyiv-Svyatoshinsky district of the Kyiv region, the district government urged to stay home during the Easter holidays and watch Easter prayer service online. The press service of the Kyiv-Svyatoshinsky district council stated this.
It is reported that following a meeting of the district’s leadership with representatives of religious denominations, security measures were discussed during the celebration of Easter in a difficult epidemiological situation.
Among the discussed safety standards for believers are extending hours for visiting churches to participate in the Easter service by a large number of people; consecration of Easter baskets, if possible, in the open territory; maintaining social distance and the use of personal protective equipment by parishioners. Access to the churches will be open to all comers, but law enforcement agencies will monitor the order and compliance with anti-epidemic standards.
"During a difficult epidemiological situation both in the country and in the Kyiv region, in particular the Kyiv-Svyatoshнnsky district, it is important to observe all possible safety measures regarding the health of residents. It is important that believers can fulfill their religious needs. We hope that the majority of the conscious believers will prefer watching the Easter prayer service online, however, realizing that there will be people who want to visit the church personally, we urge you to adhere to all anti-epidemic recommendations - to avoid scores of people, keep the recommended distances, use personal protective equipment. But it's better to prefer remote watching services", chairman of the Kyiv-Sviatoshynsky District Council Dmytro Husyatyn said.