Kyiv's public transport will be working with certain restrictions at least until May 22. Kyiv mayor Vitaliy Klitschko said so at a briefing on May 6.
"The ground-based public transport will be working in a limited mode for now. At least until May 22. But we'll increase the number of routes in the districts that are now poorly covered. The increase in the number of routes will concern electricity-driven transport", Klitschko claimed.
At that, the underground will resemble its work only when the government decides it is safe to do so. Kyiv mayor added that the Cabinet promised to launch the movement of suburban transport in the first place.
Previously, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine passed the decree stating that the quarantine would be over on May 22 - with certain mitigations. Parks, recreation areas, beauty salons, outdoor spaces in restaurants and cafes, libraries, and museums will open their doors on May 11.
The Cabinet will also allow the work of civil law notaries, dentists, auditors, as well as trading of non-grocery foods - except for food courts, entertainment areas, and cinema theaters in shopping malls.