Kindergartens and schools will be opened in Ivano-Frankivsk since September 14. The decision was made during the session of the city council - even though the city itself is in the red quarantine zone. Ruslan Martsynkiv, the mayor said so on September 7.
"Next Monday, in spite of Kyiv's decision, our children will go to kindergartens and schools", Martsynkiv said.
The mayor also asked law enforcers not to fine those working on these days.
The new quarantine zoning took place in Ukraine on September 7. Ivano-Frankivsk is among the cities that are in the red zone, which means that shops, business centers, education facilities, and even public transport do not work there.
Earlier, the school break was extended until September 11, as the Covid-19 spread rate remained high.
As we reported, a new epidemic zoning is taking effect in Ukraine on September 7. The State Committee for Technogenic and Environmental Safety of Ukraine refreshed the list of the inhabited areas which belong to certain zones.
Many areas of the Ivano-Frankivsk and Chernivtsi regions ended up in the red zone. The capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, remains in the yellow zone.